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With First Advertising Letter In 12 Months, US FDA Goes After Xeris’s Webpage Promotion Of Recorlev

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Webpages misrepresent findings in two clinical studies to overstate efficacy of the Cushing’s syndrome drug and minimize serious risks, Office of Prescription Drug Promotion says. This is second untitled letter issued to Xeris in three years.

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