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FDA Review Of Bayer’s Riociguat Suggests It’s All About The Dose

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Agency will seek Cardiovascular and Renal Drugs Advisory Committee’s views on a dosing algorithm for the novel pulmonary arterial hypertension drug; FDA clinical reviewer recommends approval but with lower starting and maximum doses than those used in the pivotal trials due to risk of drug-induced hypotension.

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