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Fovista AMD Failure Puts Eylea In The Clear, Blurs Anti-PDGF Prospects

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The failure of two Phase III Fovista and Lucentis combination trials in treating wet AMD probably lifts the threat of shifts towards PDGF/VEGF combinations and thereby leaves Regeneron's Eylea sales in the clear.

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