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Cardiome Oxyprim, Chronic Gout Drug Trials May Use Surrogate Endpoints For Approval, Cmte. Says

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Surrogate endpoint should seek a reduction in serum uric acid to a level of 6 mg/dL. Clinical outcome trials to confirm benefits of chronic gout products through reduction in gouty attacks should be carried out post-approval.

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