Rigel Optimistic On Fostamatinib Despite Narrow Phase III Benefit
Rigel's SYK inhibitor fostamatinib met the primary endpoint in the first of two pivotal Phase III trials in chronic ITP, but yielded a treatment effect in only 18% of the patients. CEO Raul Rodriguez discussed the data in an interview.
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