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Fresh Concerns Over Biosimilar ESA Use In Thailand Raises Takeda’s Hematide Prospects

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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SHANGHAI - Fresh safety concerns could be raised over the use of biosimilar erythropoietin stimulating agents after a patient in Thailand, who received an epoetin alfa biosimilar, developed ESA-related pure red cell aplasia, according to Baird analyst Christopher Raymond
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