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Antihypertensive Indications Should Include Benefit On Cardiac Outcomes, Cmte. Says

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Most conclusive benefit seen from lowering blood pressure is reduction of stroke, Cardiovascular & Renal Drugs Advisory Committee says. Products that have cardiac outcomes studies could include data in labeling, committee adds.

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