Puma's Likely Neratinib EU Knockback May Be Temporary
A positive opinion on the marketing application for Puma's neratinib in the EU is unlikely next month after a recent discussion with regulators failed to satisfy risk-benefit concerns, but more data on controlling diarrhea are expected shortly.
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