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Five Trials To Look Out For At The AHA Meeting

Cardiovascular Conference Will Highlight Studies Of Inclisiran, Apabetalone, Vascepa, Farixiga And Brilinta

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Philadelphia is due to host the American Heart Association (AHA) meeting for the first time from 16-18 November, with the conference taking place in its condensed three-day format for just the second time. Scrip takes a look at the expected highlights.

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