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Viking's Post-Hip Fracture Drug Succeeds In Phase II, But Pivotal Endpoints Unclear

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The company's oral non-steroidal SARM could be the first approved drug to help patients maintain muscle after hip fracture surgery, but will FDA seek pivotal data on muscle mass or on functional measures?

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