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Gilead Hep-C pipeline drug hits speed bump: relapse in genotype 1 null responders

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Executive Summary

Shares of Gilead Sciences took a dive after the company announced that in the genotype 1 null responder cohort of the ongoing Phase II ELECTRON study, certain patients relapsed within four weeks of completing 12 weeks on a two-drug regimen of Gilead's experimental hepatitis C drug GS-7977, a nucleoside analogue, plus ribavirin.

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