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Raptiva Withdrawal Shows Comparative Safety Focus From New, Decisive FDA

Executive Summary

Market withdrawal of Genentech's psoriasis drug Raptiva (efalizumab) shows FDA under new leadership acting decisively on drug safety - especially in cases where comparable treatment alternatives exist

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