Daiichi Presses On With Lead Pexidartinib Trial Despite Liver Toxicity
Daiichi Sankyo is to continue with a multinational Phase III trial for its novel candidate for tenosynovial giant cell tumor despite cases of liver toxicity, but has stopped enrolment short of target and modified the protocol.
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