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With Odanacatib Filing Pushed Back, Merck Reports Flat Top-Line Growth In 2012

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Merck’s delay of filing an NDA for its osteoporosis drug odanacatib surprised analysts, but Merck remained mum on its reasoning in a year-end earnings call on Feb. 1.

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