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Celebrex Likely To Get Label Change Saying CV Risk Is Comparable To Ibuprofen, Naproxen

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Despite concerns about difference in dosages and study discontinuation rates, US FDA advisory committee concludes that Pfizer's study demonstrated similar CV risk among the three NSAIDs.

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