FDA Approves ImClone Cancer Drug

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The Food and Drug Administration approves Erbitux, a colon cancer drug made by ImClone. The drug is at the center of the insider-trading trial of Martha Stewart. Stewart's sale of shares in the company occurred shortly after ImClone received a letter from the FDA saying Erbitux would not be approved. NPR's Snigdha Prakash reports.



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