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Aleve Warning Gives Pfizer Some Relief, But Is New Headache For FDA

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Data from a National Institutes of Health study on Alzheimer's disease prevention showing a cardiovascular safety signal for naproxen present a new challenge for FDA in regulating COX-2 inhibitors

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