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CMS Takes A Back Seat to No One When it Comes to Drug Safety

This article was originally published in RPM Report

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Amgen, J&J and a host of supporters urged CMS to wait until FDA completes its safety review of EPO before acting to limit coverage. CMS is having none of it.

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