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Pacira's Exparel Faces Efficacy Questions On Nerve Block Indication

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US FDA advisory committee to weigh whether efficacy data support an expanded label for the local anesthetic; despite Pacira's completion of two new studies following a complete response letter, FDA continues to harbor concerns about adequacy of the data to support a broad nerve block claim.

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