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This page shows the latest influenza news and features for those working in and with pharma, biotech and healthcare.

Roche’s flu pill Xofluza gains EU approval

Roche’s flu pill Xofluza gains EU approval

Xofluza offers patients the first novel mechanism of action for treating influenza approved in Europe in almost 20 years. ... found that the drug had a statistically significant prophylactic effect on influenza occurrences.

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