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FAAH Inhibitor Trials Could Resume In US Following French Study Disaster Review

Executive Summary

Bial-Portela's drug had 'unique toxicity' not found with other compounds in the class, FDA says; findings could allow studies of Janssen's and Pfizer's investigational FAAH inhibitors that have been on hold to proceed.

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