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Medicine: Diabetes Drug #970253

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 14, 2010
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(Studio: Harry Smith) Report introduced.

(Studio: Jon LaPook) The decision by the FDA advisory panel about the controversial diabetes drug Avandia that has been linked to heart attacks examined; scenes shown from the hearings; details given about the vote. [Patient Chuck KEYSERLING†, Avandia study author Dr. David GRAHAM†, panel members Dr. Allison GOLDFINE†, Dr. Richard PLATT†, FDA's Dr. Janet WOODCOCK†- offer views on the evidence on Avandia.] [Naomi Berrie Diabetes Center at Columbia Dr. Robin GOLAD†- reacts to the decision to keep the drug on the market.] [Cleveland Clinic Dr. Steven NISSEN - says the drugs are a mistake.]

Smith, Harry;
LaPook, Jon

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