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Puma May Face Marketing Hurdles Even If Neratinib Wins Final Approval

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Neratinib's value as extended adjuvant therapy for HER2-positive breast cancer may be diminished if Roche succeeds in altering the standard of care for initial adjuvant treatment, among other challenges.

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