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Imbruvica Replaces Chemo, Darzalex Boosts Standard Of Care In Front-Line CLL, Myeloma

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Late-breaker presentations at ASH showed that replacing chemotherapy agents with Imbruvica in CLL, and adding Darzalex to Revlimid and dexamethasone in multiple myeloma, is more effective than current standards of care in certain front-line settings.

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