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SOLO-3 Adds To AZ/MSD’s Lynparza’s Ovarian Cancer Success Tally But Impact Minimal

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Companies plan to discuss SOLO-3 data with the US FDA after Lynparza shows a benefit in third-line ovarian cancer, but commercial impact will be slight.

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