Denmark gives four cancer drugs the thumbs-down

Amgen, Astellas, Johnson & Johnson, and Incyte have not made it through the eye of the needle at the Danish Medicines Council, which only recommended a treatment from Bristol Myers Squibb.

Photo: Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

At the end of last week, the Danish Medicines Council held a meeting that turned out to be bad news for a lot of companies hoping for a recommendation from experts.

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