First In 10 Years, But Lenvima's First-Line Liver Label Could Be Challenged Soon
Eisai and Merck won the first US FDA approval in 10 years for a first-line hepatocellular carcinoma treatment with Lenvima, but challengers are on the horizon. The companies' recent partnership and plans for combination therapy with Keytruda may defend the drug's standing in liver cancer.
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