AZ's Lynparza PARP Lead Likely To Lengthen With FDA Priority Review
Despite suffering a setback at the hands of NICE, AstraZeneca's ambitious plans for Lynparza have been boosted by the FDA agreeing to speed up a review of the recent SOLO-1 data which took ESMO by storm last month.
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