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FDA queries need for higher dose of Novartis LABA COPD drug

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US drug reviewers said Novartis' 150mcg dose of its investigational chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) drug indacaterol provides no meaningful clinical benefit over the 75mcg dose – a conclusion that could pose a problem down the road for the company's experimental combination COPD product, which contains the higher dose of the agent.

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