Lilly's Cyramza Expands Its RANGE With Bladder Cancer But OS Data Needed
Lilly's Cyramza has become the first product to show an improvement in progression-free survival in previously treated advanced bladder cancer, but the company is waiting to see an overall survival benefit before it takes the data to the regulators.
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