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Genta CLL Agent Genasense Has Not Shown Clinical Benefit, FDA Panel Says

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Committee votes seven to three that data from Genta’s randomized trial of the chronic lymphocytic leukemia therapy does not represent substantial evidence of clinical benefit during Sept. 6 meeting.

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