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Novartis Hit By Canakinumab NSCLC Miss

Interleukin-1 Beta Inhibitor Fails To Improve Survival

Executive Summary

The Swiss firm's canakinumab has proved to be an effective treatment for several inflammation-driven rare conditions but disappointment from the CANOPY-2 trial suggests that cancer will follow cardiovascular as an indication where the therapy falls by the wayside.

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