Published in Blood Weekly, May 8th, 2008
"Patients received a once-weekly subcutaneous dose of 36 000 IU epoetin beta for 12 weeks. If the increase in the haemoglobin level was <1.0 g/dL after 6 weeks, or a red blood cell transfusion was required between days 15 and 42, the dose of epoetin beta was increased to 54 000 IU from the subsequent week. The primary endpoint was the percentage of patients who achieved a haemoglobin increase of...
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