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For Regeneron, Near-Term PCSK9 Filing, Eylea Growth Point To Rapidly Improving Prospects

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Executive Summary

Regeneron and partner Sanofi estimate there are more than 60 million addressable patients for LDL-lowering therapy in the U.S. and EU, including 22 million at very-high risk for a cardiovascular event. Meanwhile, a label addition for diabetic macular edema heightens the sales-growth prospects for Eylea.

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