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    Default Please make it terser

    For the treatment of patients with respiratory disease, especially for the treatment of patients with gastrointestinal tract intolerance, drug X is expected to be an important substitute for drug Y.

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    Default Re: Please make it terser

    Quote Originally Posted by NewHope View Post
    For the treatment of patients with respiratory disease, especially for the treatment of patients with gastrointestinal tract intolerance, drug X is expected to be an important substitute for drug Y.
    "For respiratory disease, especially in GI intolerance, X is likely to be superior to Y."

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