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Qnexa Proposed REMS Focuses On Registry, Web-Based Physician Education

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FDA advisory committee will hear Vivus' proposal for a voluntary pregnancy registry that could calculate the risk of major birth defects from the obesity drug; potential cardiovascular problems would be assessed in large outcomes trial.

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