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As Eliquis Sales Lag, Bristol/Pfizer Take Action

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Executive Summary

The oral anticoagulant generated just $12 million in sales in its first full quarter since it launched in the U.S., lower than expected. Bristol will increase investment in the brand to drive growth.

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