Dezima's CETP inhibitor could be 'cheaper, oral' alternative to PCSK9s
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Dezima Pharma has published highly positive results of the Phase IIb TULIP study with its CETP inhibitor, TA-8995, in the Lancet. The potency demonstrated by Dezima's product suggests it has potential as a more cost-effective option for lowering cholesterol than the PCSK9 inhibitor approach.
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