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Brilinta No Better Than Aspirin In Stroke Trial

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Topline data from the SOCRATES trial of Brilinta (Brilique; ticagrelor) provided more ammunition for those pushing for AstraZeneca's CEO Pascal Soriot to have his pay linked to performance.

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