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Colorectal Cancer: Isofol’s Modufolin Could Change Mainstay Therapy

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Decades-long academic and pharma research to improve on the benefits of the 5-fluorouracil and Leucovorin combination in colorectal cancer has reached a crucial point, with a multinational Phase III pivotal trial of Isofol’s Modufolin being cleared by regulators but funding is still needed.

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