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Sub Q Entyvio Hits Speed Bump After US Complete Response

Queries ‘Unrelated’ To Clinical Data

Executive Summary

Questions from FDA may delay progress to US approval of Takeda's more convenient formulation of blockbuster Entyvio.

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