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Gilead Trial Pause Adds To Merck & Co’s HIV Concerns

Might Be End Of Partnership

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The partners are halting recruitment out of “an abundance of caution,” but Gilead could decide to exit the alliance if islatravir cannot shake off safety concerns.

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