New Mechanism And Oral Activity Underline Selinexor's Role In Multiple Myeloma
Karyopharm has reported positive top-line Phase IIb data from the STORM study showing the potential benefits of its orally active lead compound, selinexor, in "penta-refractory" multiple myeloma, and is aiming for rapid approval of the first-in-class agent in the US and Europe.
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