Drug-Induced Liver Injury Workshop Offers More Questions Than Answers
To fully understand an experimental drug's potential for liver toxicity, clinical trials should be better designed to reflect real-world populations, including patients with liver disease, but neither FDA nor experts from industry and academia at a recent workshop on the topic were able to provide many answers on how to do so safely
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