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Eisai Drug That Failed For Sepsis Could Be New Way To Treat Evolving Flu

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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An Eisai drug that failed testing for treating another disease may be able to provide a new way of treating influenza, including the new viruses, by acting on the patient instead of the virus.

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