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Baycol Withdrawal: Did Public Reaction Cause More Harm Than Drug?

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The public reaction to the withdrawal of Bayer's Baycol (cerivastatin) may have caused more harm than the toxicity associated with the drug, Duke Centers for Education & Research on Therapeutics Principal Investigator Robert Califf, MD, told a CERTs workshop in Chapel Hill, N.C., Jan. 8

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