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Novartis drug show to save lives

Novartis AG, which is pumping out vaccines at its new plant in Holly Springs, has new test results showing that its cancer pill, Gleevac, extended the lives of patients with cancer when they took the drug for three years after surgery. Gleevac, already a $ ...

Source: http://www.bizjournals.com/triangle/morning_call/2011/06/novartis-drug-show-to-save-lives.html

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