Takeda's Ninlaro Back In European Myeloma Race After CHMP Turnaround
A CHMP about turn on Takeda's Ninlaro (ixazomib) for multiple myeloma means the Japanese firm is back on track to compensate for lost revenues from the impending patent expiry of key product Velcade. However, the Japanese firm will have a tough time ensuring Ninlaro is not overshadowed by rivals.
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