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Tedizolid, Dalbavancin Still Face Questions On ABSSSI Lesion Measurement

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Both antibiotics gain a strong positive recommendation from FDA advisory committee, but questions about how skin lesions were measured before and during treatment persist as experience with new endpoint increases.

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