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First France, Now Germany Pulls Takeda's Actos For New Patients On Bladder Cancer Risk

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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TOKYO - Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. bestseller Actos has been withdrawn for new patients in France and Germany due to a long-suspected bladder cancer risk. Besides shrinking some of the excitement around the European boost Takeda received with its acquisition of Nycomed AS, the withdrawals also call into question the remaining revenue Actos can generate before its main patents expire

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