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Interview: Galapagos Pipeline In Good Shape

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Following more promising rheumatoid arthritis data on filgotinib at EULAR, the Belgian biotech's chief medical officer Walid Abi-Saab tells Scrip about the JAK inhibitor's promise in a number of other indications.

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