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FDA Objects To ‘Pretty Easy, Huh?’ TV Ad For Gvoke Injection Diabetes Drug

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In its second letter of the year, US Office of Prescription Drug Promotion says Xeris Pharmaceuticals’ television ad fails to include important risk information and misleadingly suggests Gvoke pre-filled syringe can be easily used.

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