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Nothing To SAVOR For Bristol/AZ From Phase IV Results

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Bristol and AstraZeneca announced mixed results from a post-marketing study for their diabetes drug Onglyza that will likely have no commercial ramifications for the drug, which has been a disappointment since its launch in 2009.

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