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New drugs can't keep Novartis sales on the up

New drugs can't keep Novartis sales on the up

year. A decision to drop development of acute heart failure drug serelaxin (RLX030) also pegged back Novartis' profits, forcing the company to take a charge of $200m in the quarter.

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  • Heart failure therapy embarks on a new era Heart failure therapy embarks on a new era

    Other candidates in mid-stage testing include: natriuretic peptide receptor agonists from Capricor Therapeutics (cenderitide) and Palatin Technologies (PL-3994); Novartis' synthetic human relaxin 2 hormone serelaxin (knocked back by regulators

  • Interview: Elmar Schnee, Cardiorentis Interview: Elmar Schnee, Cardiorentis

    It's a company with great potential, according to Schnee, who has high hopes for its lead drug candidate ularitide – an investigational product that is in competition with Novartis' serelaxin to ... Because of the serelaxin trial [by Novartis], you saw

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