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Takeda Positions Uloric To Gout Patients In Need Of Better Control

Executive Summary

Takeda will focus its initial marketing effort for Uloric (febuxostat) - the first new treatment for gout in more than 40 years - on health care providers whose patients have highly elevated uric acid levels or continue to experience painful flares despite being on treatment

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