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AbbVie's New Generation JAK inhibitor Looks Good But CV Specter Looms

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More Phase III data for AbbVie's selective JAK1 inhibitor upadacitinib appear to back a potential best-in-class claim but eyes remain on safety after a death from pulmonary embolism.

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