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Opioid-Sparing Claims Should Meet High Bar, US FDA Panel Says

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At meeting on Pacira's Exparel, advisory committee members warn against rushing to adopt products purported to reduce opioid consumption absent long-term longitudinal data showing beneficial public health impacts and clinical data linking reduced opioid use to functional outcomes or other clinical benefit.

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