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Mylotarg Pulled Off Market, But Pfizer Continues Search For Appropriate Population

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After a futile confirmatory trial, Pfizer will review ongoing studies to see if they can be refined to indentify patients that could benefit from the drug, oncology VP Eagle says.

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