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Novartis Advances Novel Kidney Disease Therapy Iptacopan

Data Suggest Promise For Lead Nephrology Asset

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Phase II results look good for one of the first-in-class product’s potential indications, C3 glomerulopathy. The product was highlighted late last year as an up-and-coming pipeline asset.

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