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Obesity Drugs Panel To Mull Whether Products Without CV Signal Need Outcomes Trial

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Executive Summary

The Endocrinologic and Metabolic Drugs Advisory Committee also will evaluate methods for collecting cardiovascular risk information for obesity drugs with a CV safety signal, as FDA seeks input on when and how sponsors should evaluate their products.

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