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AZ's Fasenra Hits First Hurdle Hard In COPD Study

Executive Summary

AstraZeneca’s bid to expand its respiratory biologic Fasenra from asthma into the chronic obstructive pulmonary disease space has been hurt by a Phase III failure but the company is holding its horses until the results of another large late-stage trial come in before the end of this quarter.

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