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Sun Pharma sees all time high market share and prescription trends in the US for key specialty products and remains upbeat on the prospects of deuruxolitinib for alopecia areata. The company also isn’t ruling out a potential comeback, at least not yet, for a higher dose version of the JAK1/2 inhibitor.
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