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Glimpse Of New Phase III Data Hints Pfizer's Eagerly-Awaited Oral RA Drug Is Still On Track

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Executive Summary

JAK inhibitor tofacitinib, formerly called tasocitinib, meets primary endpoints in second Phase III study, could be filed in second half of 2011.

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