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Cancer Immunotherapy Sees Setback With Failure Of Takeda/Cell Genesys’ GVAX

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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Cell therapies have shown promise in treating cancer, but turning their possibility into reality so far has eluded the industry. Therefore, news Oct. 16 that one of the latest-stage therapies in development, Takeda/Cell Genesys' GVAX, failed in a second Phase III clinical trial represents, in some ways, a disappointment for the entire space

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