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Following FDA approval, AstraZeneca believes that despite reaching the market after GlaxoSmithKline’s Nucala and Teva’s Cinqair, Fasenra's strong clinical package, convenient dosing and very competitive pricing will make it the leading biologic for severe asthma.
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The German pharma signs collaboration to develop and commercialize larotrectinib and a follow-on, under a structure that enables Loxo to co-promote in the US and build commercial infrastructure.
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