Ninlaro Positive In Non-Transplant MM Maintenance
Results To Pave Way For 'Bundled' Submission?
Following a failure in a different indication earlier this year, positive top-line results show promise for Takeda proteasome inhibitor positive in first-line myeloma maintenance in non-transplant patients, setting the path for approval filings.
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