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Can Takeda's Alunbrig Take On Roche's Alecensa In First-Line ALK-Positive Lung Cancer?

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Takeda's Phase III win over Pfizer's Xalkori leaves oncologists cheering, but hankering for a head-to-head study against Alecensa, which is becoming the standard of care in the US for first-line ALK+ NSCLC.

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