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Zeldox QTc Prolongation Is Less Severe Than Serlect, Pfizer Tells Committee

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The QTc prolongation associated with Pfizer's antipsychotic Zeldox does not lead to the same clinical events as seen with Abbott/Lundbeck's antipsychotic Serlect, Pfizer told the Psychopharmacological Drugs Advisory Committee July 19.

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