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For Novartis, No Relax’in On Serelaxin: More Trials Likely

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Novartis released mixed Phase III data on its heart failure candidate at the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions, showing the drug reduced symptoms of acute heart failure but failed to demonstrate an improvement on a second endpoint, cardiovascular death and hospital stays at 60 days.

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