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Taiwan Biotech Touts Drug Derived From Chinese Medicine To Treat Cancer Patients

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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Taiwan’s Maywufa Bio Pharmaceutical Group launched a cancer-related fatigue treatment derived from an herb used in traditional Chinese medicine and plans to investigate it for cardiovascular use with clinical trials in the United States.

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