Cell Therapeutics reaches agreement with government

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Cell Therapeutics has reached agreement with the federal government to pay $10.5 million to resolve the investigation of its business practices in marketing the cancer drug Trisenox (arsenic trioxide). Cell Therapeutics sold Trisenox to Cephalon to finance other drug development efforts.

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