J&J plans for capped, flex­i­ble dos­ing af­ter four pa­tient deaths in ear­ly study of ac­tini­um prostate can­cer drug

An ex­per­i­men­tal prostate can­cer drug de­vel­oped by John­son & John­son that us­es a rare ra­dioac­tive par­ti­cle called ac­tini­um-225 led to three pa­tients see­ing their tu­mors …

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