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Two drugs are better than one: GSK's melanoma combo improves PFS at Phase II

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Combining two novel GlaxoSmithKline drugs, the selective BRAF inhibitor dabrafenib, and the selective MAPK kinase (MEK) inhibitor trametinib, significantly improved progression-free survival in a Phase II study in melanoma, new data presented at ESMO and published in the New England Journal of Medicine show.



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