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Anti-NGF Trials Might Resume With Very Narrow Patient Populations

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FDA’s Arthritis Advisory Committee suggests strictures that could be so strong as to discourage the resumption of clinical trials of Pfizer’s tanezumab, Regeneron’s REGN475 and Janssen’s fulranumab.

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