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An AdComm After All: Amarin's Vascepa Labeling Update Now Delayed By FDA

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The US FDA informed the company it will convene an advisory committee meeting to review the REDUCE-IT sNDA for the proprietary fish oil pill, delaying the approval by at least three months and surprising investors.

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