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Hypertension DTC Ads Should Attribute Benefits To All Blood Pressure Drugs

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Antihypertensive drug direct-to-consumer advertisements should include a statement that all drugs that lower blood pressure reduce risk of serious cardiovascular outcomes, members of FDA's Cardiovascular & Renal Drugs Advisory Committee said April 27

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