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Pfizer To Take Zinplava Rival Into Phase III For C Diff

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Pfizer will start a Phase III trial for its Clostridium difficile vaccine by the middle of the year, taking aim at the chinks in the armour of Merck & Co’s recently approved Zinplava, but it still trails its rival from Sanofi.

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