AstraZeneca’s Benralizumab Asthma Chase Gets Underway
Watch out GlaxoSmithKline and Teva: AstraZeneca's benralizumab has wind in its sails following a EU CHMP positive opinion for severe asthma. Approval in the US is also expected by year end.
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