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At Stannsoporfin Advisory Committee, Talk Of Additional Studies Stirs Feasibility Doubts And High Emotions

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InfaCare’s jaundice drug needs more neurodevelopmental outcome studies, US FDA committee says, but one panelist doubts feasibility of long-term follow-up; talk of additional studies leads to an unusual tongue-lashing from one of InfaCare's experts, who says he was 'stunned' by the committee’s conclusion that efficacy had not been shown.

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