Epogen

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Epogen

a recombinant version of erythropoeitin, a natural glycoprotein that stimulates red blood cell production. Epogen is used as a treatment for drug-related anaemia, including that caused by AZT. Epogen is made by Amgen. An identical product, known as procrit, is made by Ortho Biotech.