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AstraZeneca Exanta Risk Management Plan May Not Prevent Liver Injury, FDA Says

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Executive Summary

Cardiovascular & Renal Drugs Advisory Committee should determine whether AstraZeneca's proposed risk management plan for Exanta addresses delayed toxicity after short-term treatment. FDA also raises concerns about aspects of Exanta's clinical trial design.

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