Docs don't heed safety warning on BMS steroid

Despite a new label warning against epidural injections of Bristol-Myers Squibb's ($BMY) steroid Kenalog, doctors are still using the drug in that manner. "It is still being given in abundance," one pain-management doctor told Bloomberg, while safety experts say the FDA didn't do enough to highlight the label change. Report

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