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Heart failure hope for Novartis first-in-class neprilysin inhibitor

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Novartis may be able to plug the gap in treatments for heart failure with preserved ejection fraction with its novel product LCZ696, based on positive effects on a surrogate marker in a Phase II trial presented this weekend at the European Society of Cardiology meeting in Munich.

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