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QT Guidance Reducing Number Of Drugs Leaving Early Development, Firms Say

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Stricter guidelines on QT prolongation are forcing manufacturers to drop compounds earlier in the development process, participants said during an FDA/Duke Cardiac Safety and Critical Path Initiative Think Tank meeting Oct. 11

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