On Monday, Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ) received approval in Europe for Zytiga as a pre-chemo treatment for prostate cancer. With Dendreon's (NASDAQ: DNDN) drug Provenge not approved in Europe yet, should investors be concerned about its ability to gain traction on the continent? Watch the following video and find out.
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