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NewAmsterdam Takes Another Step Toward CETP Inhibitor Success

Executive Summary

Positive Phase II data indicate that obicetrapib, a cholesterol-lowering drug licensed from Amgen, could succeed where prior drugs in the class have consistently failed for more than a decade.

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