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J&J, Achillion Could Set Six-Week Treatment Paradigm In HCV

Executive Summary

Interim Phase IIa data of a triple combination from J&J and Achillion shows 100% SVR at end of treatment with a six-week dosing regimen. No currently approved HCV therapy has such a short treatment duration.

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