CAMELLIA Adds To Belviq’s CV Confidence But ‘Caution’ Still Needed
Full results from a large cardiovascular outcomes study with Belviq show the Eisai/Arena obesity drug was not associated with higher such risk versus placebo, but neither did it show benefits in reducing major CV events, leaving uncertainty over its increased uptake amid lingering issues around diabetes and valvulopathy risks.
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