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Non-Inhibitor Data Secure Roche's Competitive Position In Hemophilia A

Executive Summary

Roche's Genentech reported positive top-line Phase III results for Hemlibra in a second hemophilia A population – patients without inhibitors – just four days after its approval for patients with inhibitors, which will broaden the product's market and may improve its competitive position.

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