Sesen’s Phase III Bladder Cancer Results Spark Mixed Reactions
The updated data are in line with prior interim readouts but nonetheless triggered strong reactions. One analyst slashed their peak sales forecast for Vicinium, while another talked up the likelihood of rapid commercial adoption of the fusion protein-drug conjugate.
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