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New Anti-CMV Therapies Post-Transplant: Merck & Co Leads The Pack

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Merck & Co’s investigational anti-CMV therapy letermovir is expected to be filed for approval later this year and could be the first of a new generation of anti-CMV therapies, following top-line Phase III data showing it reduced all-cause mortality in bone marrow transplant patients.

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