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Pfizer Developing New Methods For Detecting Hepatotoxicity Signals

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Current methods for detecting hepatotoxicity have no mathematical basis, Pfizer says. The company plans to evaluate patient data for Rezulin and Trovan, which were the subject of liver toxicity concerns.

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