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So Far So Good: With Phase III Data, Keryx Says Zerenex Will Stand Out In ESRD Crowd

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Company set to price drug up to 20% below Genzyme's market leading Renvela/Renagel franchise, and ponders impact of new Medicare bundling regime for phosphate binders used in end-stage renal disease.

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