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Novartis Pursues Disease-Modifying Differentiator For Cosentyx In Psoriasis

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New extension data suggesting that Novartis's IL-17A inhibitor Cosentyx could alter the course of disease in its lead indication of psoriasis could position the drug earlier in the treatment paradigm and please payers; the company has launched a new prospective study to see if the results hold true.

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