J&J seeks to market Doxil for breast cancer in the U.S.

09/8/2008 | Bloomberg

Johnson & Johnson applied for FDA approval for the use of its cancer drug Doxil combined with Sanofi-Aventis' Taxotere in women who have advanced breast cancer. The combination therapy is intended for patients who already received anthracycline, a standard chemotherapy medicine, J&J unit Ortho Biotech Products said.

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