Phase III failure for pancreatic cancer vaccine hope GV1001
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Hopes for what would have been the first therapeutic vaccine for pancreatic cancer have been dashed by the Phase III failure of KAEL-GemVax's GV1001, forcing the South Korean firm to reconsider the future strategy for its lead development project.
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