Novartis's Targeted Radioligand Improves OS And PFS In Prostate Cancer
Further Details At Upcoming Medical Meeting
Novartis’s PSMA-targeted radioligand has improved overall survival and progression-free survival in top-line results from the Phase III VISION study in prostate cancer, cementing the company's pioneering role in the therapeutic area.
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