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Novartis's Ofatumumab Pursues Entrenched Competitors In MS

Executive Summary

Novartis’s anti-CD20 MS candidate, ofatumumab, shows promise in initial findings from the ASCLEPIOS Phase III studies, but more details are needed to show how it stacks up against Sanofi’s Aubagio, and ultimately against Roche’s Ocrevus.

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