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In HCV, Protease Race Heats Up with Combo Therapy Looming

Executive Summary

Two Phase III hepatitis C protease inhibitors from Vertex and Schering are set to reshape treatment for a difficult disease and potentially capture a significant chunk of a large and growing market. But other new therapies and combination regimens aren't far behind.
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