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Stringent Hepatic Monitoring Urged For Diabetes Drug Clinical Trials

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Difficulties surrounding the assessment of a possible case of drug-induced liver injury in the dapagliflozin clinical program show why more standardized hepatic monitoring is needed in future studies of type 2 diabetes agents, one of FDA’s outside advisors said.

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