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On Heels Of U.S. Approval, BMS, Pfizer Launch Eliquis Ahead Of Pradaxa In China

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

Under a global collaboration, Bristol-Myers Squibb will co-commercialize Eliquis with Pfizer, but it must contend with Boehringer’s Pradaxa, which has a wider label in China.

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