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Hypertensives May Get Class Outcome Labels; Industry Wary Of Broad Efficacy

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Two major drug companies with significant hypertension profiles are welcoming the proposed inclusion of class-wide cardiovascular outcomes data in antihypertensive drug labeling - in contrast to other firms that commented on the FDA draft guidance

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