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FDA OK's LEO's Picato for precancerous skin condition

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Executive Summary

With the US FDA's blessing of LEO Pharma's topical gel Picato (ingenol mebutate), patients with actinic keratosis, a precancerous condition, which may progress to a nonmelanoma form of skin cancer, known as squamous cell carcinoma, will have access to a once-daily treatment whose use is required for only a few days.






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