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Roche Drops Aleglitazar In Another Cardiology/Metabolics Setback

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Development of dual PPAR agonist aleglitazar terminated due to fractures, renal impairment and heart failure reported in the AleCardio study, leaving another hole in Roche’s cardiovascular/metabolic pipeline.

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