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Takeda's Entyvio Beats Humira In Head-To-Head Ulcerative Colitis Trial

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Takeda’s gut-selective biologic vedolizumab pushes ahead of other biologics in the race to make its mark in ulcerative colitis, a therapeutic sector targeted by numerous new investigational therapies.

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