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March 31, 2009
A DPP-IV Compound Makes It Through
After talking the other week about the problems that Takeda has had with their DPP-IV inhibitor for diabetes, it now appears that AstraZeneca and Bristol-Myers Squibb have made it through the same narrows with their own drug. Saxagliptin has met the FDA's latest guidelines for cardiovascular safety, which (you'd think) will remove the biggest potential barrier to approval. The advisory committee is meeting today, so we'll see how their vote goes.
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