Corticosteroid-Only Arm Worth Public Health Risk In Antifungal Trials - Cmte.
The benefits of studying a stand-alone corticosteroid arm in a trial comparing an antifungal/corticosteroid combination to an antifungal outweigh public health concerns raised by patient exposure to the corticosteroid, FDA's Dermatologics & Ophthalmics Committee concluded.
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