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    patients with CD or acromegaly. In clinical studies of acromegaly, the rates of pasireotide-induced
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    -related AEs were lower than those in CD (Fig. 1a). This could be related to disease pathophysiology
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    Hyperglycemia induced by pasireotide in patients with Cushing's disease or acromegaly (4996868)
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