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Liver Toxicity Guidance Urges Sponsors To Include Risky Patients In Trials

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FDA's recent draft guidance on drug-induced liver injury recommends drug developers enroll patients with preexisting liver disease in at least Phase III clinical trials, especially if the drug might eventually be used in such patients.

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