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Seven New Drugs Approved In EU In First Two Months of 2018

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Seven products containing a new active substance were approved in Europe in the first two months of 2018: Shire's Adynovi and Roche/Chugai's Hemlibra for hemophilia A, Roche's Ocrevus for multiple sclerosis, Kyowa Kirin's Crysvita for hypophosphatemia, AstraZeneca's Fasenra for asthma, Novo Nordisk's Ozempic for diabetes, and MSD's Prevymis for prophylaxis of cytomegalovirus infection.

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