Gilead Gets CHMP Nod for New HIV Combo
Gilead has received the green light in the EU for marketing its newest fixed-dose HIV treatment Odefsey but its cannibalization of predecessor product Complera will not reach levels expected in the US as generic versions of older HIV combos are set to arrive earlier in the EU.
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