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Indian Panel Reviews Celsentri Clearances

Executive Summary

An Indian expert panel has sought data on ViiV Healthcare's HIV entry inhibitor maraviroc (Selzentry/Celsentri) - among the drugs cleared, some years ago, with a trial waiver in the country and recommended for re-examination by a Parliamentary committee.

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