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  • noun In chem., a prefix which shows that the substance designated is derived from benzene: as, 1,2-phendiol or pyrocatechol, and phenbutyldiol acid or phenyldihydroxybutyric acid.
  • noun Abbreviations of Phenician.

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  • The "phen" in fen-phen refers to a drug called phentermine, which wasn't banned.

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  • The "phen" in fen-phen refers to a drug called phentermine, which wasn't banned.

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  • The "phen" in fen-phen refers to a drug called phentermine, which wasn't banned.

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  • The "phen" in fen-phen refers to a drug called phentermine, which wasn't banned.

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  • 'phen's, as Meffcr Buondclmonte was paffing the river on horfeback, without fear or fufpicion, (as if he thought the affront would have been as eafily for - gotten as the match had been broken) they fee upon vhim at the foot of the Bridge, and killed him, clofc by a Statue of Mars which then ftood there.

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  • Past failures — including the fen-phen combination of the 1990s that led to heart-valve problems in some patients — continue to weigh heavily at the agency.

    FDA Rejects Orexigen-Takeda Diet Drug

  • Heart side effects have been an issue with diet drugs, most notably with Wyeth's diet drug combination fen-phen, which was pulled off the market in 1997.

    'Most Promising' New Diet Drug Rejected by FDA

  • Heart side effects have been an issue with diet drugs, most notably with Wyeth's diet drug combination fen-phen, which was pulled off the market in 1997.

    'Most Promising' New Diet Drug Rejected by FDA

  • The FDA has shown a high bar for weight-loss drugs that would be taken indefinitely by millions of patients and the shadow of past failures — including the fen-phen combination that led to heart-valve problems in some patients — serves as a reminder that safety is the primary concern.

    New Concerns Emerge About Arena Pharma's Diet Drug

  • The issue of heart-valve safety is notable for lorcaserin because the mechanism of the drug is similar to that of fenfluramine, which was pulled from the market in 1997 and was used with the stimulant phentermine in the fen-phen combination that caused similar problems.

    New Concerns Emerge About Arena Pharma's Diet Drug

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