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EU's CHMP advises against use of J&J's Regranex in patients with cancer

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The EU's CHMP has concluded that Janssen-Cilag's (a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary) treatment for neuropathic skin ulcers in diabetic patients, Regranex (becaplermin), must not be used in patients who have any form of cancer as a precautionary measure.

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