Diabetes clinical trials: helped or hindered by the current shift in regulatory requirements?

@article{Zannad2012DiabetesCT,
  title={Diabetes clinical trials: helped or hindered by the current shift in regulatory requirements?},
  author={Fa{\"i}ez Zannad and Wendy Gattis Stough and Stuart J. Pocock and Peter J. Sleight and William C. Cushman and John G. F. Cleland and John J V McMurray and Eva M. Lonn and Nancy L. Geller and Hans Wedel and Eric C Abadie and Angeles Alonso-Garcia and Bertram Pitt},
  journal={European heart journal},
  year={2012},
  volume={33 9},
  pages={1049-57}
}
Glycaemic control is an inadequate surrogate marker of cardiovascular event reduction in patients with type 2 diabetes. Clinical trials to date have been unsuccessful in identifying a therapeutic approach that addresses the underlying problem in diabetes (glycaemic control) and reduces cardiovascular risk. The potential for some agents to increase the risk of cardiovascular events has led to substantial changes in regulatory requirements for new anti-diabetic therapies. These requirements… CONTINUE READING
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