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Amgen, J&J Barred From Marketing Procrit, Aranesp Chemo-Anemia Benefit

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Amgen and Johnson & Johnson are no longer able to promote the impact of their respective erythropoiesis-stimulating agents Aranesp and Procrit on symptoms of anemia in cancer patients, FDA said
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