BMS & Pfizer Win Funding ‘Firsts’ In England For Migraine & Heart Disease Drugs
Bristol Myers Squibb and Pfizer both asked the health technology assessment body NICE to evaluate their respective drugs, Camzyos and Vydura, for use in indications that are narrower than those for which they are – or will potentially be – approved.
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