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Roche Digs In To Early Breast Cancer With New Perjeta Approvals

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Better than expected FDA labeling for rising star Perjeta in neoadjuvant (before surgery) and adjuvant (after surgery) breast cancer could boost sales greatly beyond expectations, some analysts say.

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