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EU's CHMP Warns About Boceprevir In HIV, Aliskiren In Diabetes, But Clears Orlistat And Reinstates Trasylol

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

Executive Summary

The EU's scientific advisory panel, the CHMP, recommends prescribing information changes for drug/drug interactions with Merck's Victrelis and adverse events with Novartis' aliskiren, but clears obesity therapy orlistat of causing liver injury and reverses its 2007 negative opinion on Bayer's Trasylol.

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