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Amgen’s Statin Intolerance Study May Not Cure What Ails PCSK9 Inhibitors

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GAUSS-3 study shows role for Repatha as an alternative for patients with high cholesterol who can’t take statins, but real world impact may be minimal, due to pushback from payers – and even physicians.

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