Gazyva’s GALLIUM Could Be ‘Practice-Changing’ For Follicular Lymphoma
Genentech’s next-generation anti-CD20 antibody Gazyva bested the Roche subsidiary’s original CD20-targeting therapy Rituxan in first-line follicular lymphoma – a result in the Phase III GALLIUM study that one oncologist viewed as “practice-changing.”
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