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Guerbet Looks To Separate Dotarem In Crowded Contrast Agent Market

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Executive Summary

FDA advisory committee scheduled for Valentine’s Day is key test for Guerbet’s efforts to get its MRI imaging agent a wider indication than Bayer’s Gadavist.

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