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FDA Should Require Cardiovascular Outcomes Trials For All Type 2 Diabetes Drugs, Panel Says

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Endocrinologic and Metabolic Drugs Advisory Committee asks the agency to eliminate a degree of risk for all candidates, even if no safety signal emerges from the clinical program.

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