Dendreon Defends Provenge’s Stake Against Arrival Of Abiraterone
Dendreon Corp. is defending Provenge's position as the “foundation of care” for castration-resistant prostate cancer, following the recent approval of Johnson & Johnson’s Zytiga, and looking ahead to other novel drugs coming down the pike.
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