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Will A CV Warning On Meridia Alter FDA Views On Obesity Drugs?

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The FDA's cardiovascular safety warning on Abbott's obesity drug Meridia (sibutramine) - which was issued in light of early results from a 10,000 patient strong outcomes study - could mean higher regulatory risk for up-and-coming obesity drugs

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