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Celgene's GED-0301 a new era in Crohn's? Hold your horses

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Publication in the New England Journal of Medicine of the full Phase II results of Celgene's potentially disruptive treatment for Crohn's disease, mongersen (GED-0301), have renewed the excitement surrounding the product, but some experts are reining in their expectations, saying more evidence using biological endpoints of disease activity is needed for the drug.

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