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FDA Will Present Brilinta Panel With Alternative Explanation For Negative U.S. Data

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FDA reviewers discredit AstraZeneca's suggestion that higher doses of aspirin explain ticagrelor's discordant results for U.S. versus overall trial participants - but also offer an alternative reason for the findings.

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