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Novartis CEO: Inclisiran Could Be Largest Medicine In NHS History

Pact To Make As-Yet-Unapproved Drug Widely Available

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The Swiss major has been enthusing about its population-based agreement in the UK for the investigational gene silencing cholesterol lower and plans for similar schemes in other countries.

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