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Pressure Mounts For Amylin As Bydureon PDUFA Approaches

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

Executive Summary

With declining sales of Byetta, Amylin has staked its near-term future on the performance of Bydureon, a long-acting formulation of the active ingredient in Byetta.

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