Pfizer seeks FDA approval for "smart bomb" cancer drug

08/11/2005 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Pfizer said it would seek to sell Sutent, the first of a new class of "smart bomb" drugs intended to starve tumors of blood and nutrients, for use against kidney and stomach cancers. Pfizer obtained Sutent in its 2003 acquisition of Pharmacia and hopes it and other cancer drugs will raise the company's profile in oncology treatments.

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