After hosting delegations of licensing hopefuls for its phase III Cox-2 inhibitor, Searle chose Pfizer Inc., the industry's most aggressive and probably most successful co-promoter. Searle's next likely co-promotion announcements will concern its phase IIb/IIIa platelet inhibitors.
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