Novartis Primed To Re-Energize Respiratory Business, Rivals Close In
Novartis’s once-daily triple combination inhaler, QVM149, and dual inhaler, QMF149, could be the first to gain approval for the treatment of uncontrolled asthma, as positive top-line Phase III data from the IRIDIUM and PALLADIUM trials are released. Other companies may not be far behind, however.
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