Anemia Drugs May Trigger Cancer

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is considering whether two anemia-fighting drugs, often given to cancer patients, may in some cases stimulate tumor growth. The treatments are bioengineered versions of a human protein, erythropoietin, that stimulates production of red blood cells. Combined sales of the anemia drugs, which are given by injection, amount to several billion dollars a year. The medicines are prescribed for patients with cancer, kidney disease and other ailments to...

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