AbbVie Might Be Most Affected By FDA’s HCV Drug Safety Warning
A US FDA warning of serious liver injuries in hepatitis C patients treated with combo pills from AbbVie, Gilead and Merck may impact AbbVie's Mavyret most, since it's one of the company's top sellers.
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