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Advisory Committee Set To Review Cardiovascular Risk Assessment For Obesity Drugs

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

Executive Summary

Recent guidance on Orexigen’s Contrave could provide clues about how the agency is leaning on drugs in the highly safety conscious obesity category. New analysis of SCOUT data for Abbott’s withdrawn Meridia (sibutramine) could crop up in the discussion, former panelist says.


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