US, EU Nods For Gilead's Vemlidy To Enter Saturated Hep B Market
Vemlidy, Gilead Sciences' follow-on to blockbuster hepatitis B product treatment Viread, has this week won approval in the US and been given the green light for approval in Europe – vital steps in Gilead's long term plan to protect its hep B portfolio from generic erosion.
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