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Too Many Drugs, Too Little Value in CV Conditions

Executive Summary

With the potential to treat multiple indications, a flood of cardiovascular drugs with purportedly novel mechanisms of action are expected to hit the market within 24 months. But because of the rapid progress in treating heart disease, what was novel years ago now appears mundane, diminishing the value of scientific breakthroughs that used to assure success.

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