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All Over For AZ's Fasenra In COPD With Second Trial Fail

Executive Summary

It is curtains for AstraZeneca's asthma therapy Fasenra as a COPD treatment after the failure of the TERRANOVA trial, which could be good news for GSK's fellow interleukin-5 drug Nucala, despite the latter's own mixed Phase III data.

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