ANTIDEPRESSANT COMPARATIVE TRIALS SHOULD USE WIDE DOSE RANGE, FDA's LEBER TELLS CONFERENCE; FDA WILL STAY CONSERVATIVE ON COMPARATIVE STUDY REQUIREMENTS
Antidepressant comparative trials need to compare a wide range of doses, FDA Neuropharmacological Drug Products Division Director Paul Leber, MD, told an FDA conference on "Comparing Treatments: Safety, Effectiveness and Cost-Effectiveness" March 23 in Bethesda, Md.
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