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CV Risk Assessment For All Obesity Drugs Seems Inevitable Pre-Approval Requirement

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FDA’s Endocrinologic and Metabolic Drugs Advisory Committee March 29 voted 17-6 that all obesity drugs should be vetted for cardiovascular risk, but some could rely on a meta-analysis rather than an outcomes trial.

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