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GSK’s Anoro Ellipta Needs CV Postmarket Study, FDA Panel Says In Endorsement

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Pulmonary-Allergy Drugs Advisory Committee votes in favor of what could become the first-approved LAMA/LABA combo for COPD but wants postmarket safety study in patients with more severe cardiovascular disease.

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