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US FDA apparently agreed with some of its advisory committee members that liraglutide should be approved for cardiovascular risk reduction only in diabetic patients with established CV disease, not just those with CV risk factors. GLP-1 agonist's labeling is silent on discordant efficacy results in the US patient subgroup in the LEADER trial.
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