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Purdue's Pain And No Gain: More Analysis Of OxyContin Postmarket Studies Needed

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FDA cancels advisory committee once Purdue pulls sNDA, but firm plans to resubmit after 'building the most compelling body of epidemiological evidence' that reformulated product has meaningful impact on abuse.

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