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Chronic Pain Standard Proposed By FDA Too Strict, Four Trials OK, Cmte Says

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Global chronic pain can be an appropriate Rx analgesic indication, but the revised clinical trial requirements under consideration by FDA may be too stringent, Arthritis Advisory Committee members said

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