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AbbVie’s Rinvoq Delay By US FDA Could Foreshadow More Trouble For JAKs

With JAK inhibitors Under A Cloud Of Scrutiny Over Safety, FDA Seeks More Benefit-Risk Data

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The expansion of upadacitinib for a new indication in psoriatic arthritis has been pushed out three months to late in the second quarter.

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