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Novo’s Victoza CV Benefit Claim Could Be Narrowed With FDA Panel Vote

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US advisory committee strongly endorses cardiovascular risk reduction claim for the GLP-1 agonist but some panelists say new indication should be limited to diabetics with established CV disease, not the broad primary prevention claim Novo Nordisk is seeking.

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