Aduro shows survival benefit with pancreatic cancer vaccine duo
This article was originally published in Scrip
Private US biotech company Aduro BioTech has reported a survival benefit in metastatic pancreatic cancer with its combination immunotherapy-based treatment, in a Phase II trial that was stopped early on the strength of the data after a pre-planned interim analysis.
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