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French Trial Tragedy: Dosing Continued After Volunteer Hospitalized

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Data from the Phase I dose-escalation study of Bial's FAAH inhibitor BIA 10-2474 reveal that the first serious adverse reaction occurred on the fifth day after the daily dose had been increased from 20 mg to 50 mg in the multiple-dosing stage of the trial.

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