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Heart, liver risks spark US FDA concerns with Astellas OAB drug

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While Astellas Pharma's experimental overactive bladder (OAB) drug mirabegron demonstrated statistically significant reductions in the number of incontinence episodes and urinations over 24 hours versus placebo, US FDA drug reviewers said they were concerned about the adverse effects of the medicine on the heart rate, blood pressure and liver function.

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