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I'm writing to you on a point of information I'm trying to clarify. I'm sure I read somewhere that the drugs used to treat leukaemia arrive in drips and drabs because of the process of applying for a license. I know that they are needed all at once, but another key factor for me is the shelf-life of the drugs: does anyone know if they have a limited shelf-life?
I've tried all kinds of searches on CASI's archive but have been unable to source the specific reference.
Thanks for your help