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IQWiG Backs Novartis’ Jetrea, Drops Almirall’s Constella On Same Day

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Germany’s IQWiG has backed Novartis’ Jetrea for VMT, albeit with restricted indication, but knocked back Almirall’s Constella, citing study irrelevance.

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