Clovis's Rubraca Leapfrogs Rivals In Ovarian Cancer As ARIEL3 Hits
Clovis Oncology is forging ahead with a filing for a maintenance indication for its PARP inhibitor Rubraca in a broad ovarian cancer population as new data from ARIEL3 blow the field wide open.
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