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GSK’s Promacta Cleared For Use With Interferon In Hep C Patients

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Executive Summary

The new indication fills an unmet need in a population of patients who have a short window to cure chronic hepatitis C infection before liver damage becomes too great for treatment, but for whom interferon-based therapy – currently their only option - is not indicated because of low platelet levels.

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