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Pargluva Fluid Retention, Cardiac Risk To Be Central Issues At Advisory Committee

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Data showing heart failure rates with 5 mg dose of muraglitazar may be higher than with 30 mg pioglitazone (Lilly/Takeda's Actos) in type 2 diabetes patients will be presented to committee at Sept. 9 review.

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