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Gilead Faces Challenges In HCV, But Competitors Would Switch Places

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Gilead Sciences Inc. may be experiencing a slowdown in therapy starts in hepatitis C, with some analysts predicting a bit of erosion in its dominant market share, but competitors Merck & Co. Inc., AbbVie Inc. and Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. still would love to have Gilead's problems.

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