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Novartis posts eye drug data amid play for Eylea's turf

Reuters India Friday, 10 November 2017 ()
ZURICH (Reuters) - Novartis's bid to move in on Bayer's and Regeneron's eye-drug turf was buoyed on Friday by data showing patients on the Swiss drugmaker's new RTH258 drug showed less disease activity than those on its rivals' drug Eylea.
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News video: Novartis To Enter Eye-Drug Market

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Novartis is gearing up to shake up a huge eye-drug market. Data presented Friday at the American Academy of Opthamology annual conference, revealed that drug company Novartis' drug brolucizumab was as comparable ot in some cases better than Eylea. Eylea is an existing drug to treat a condition called...

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