Mirati Forges Path Forward For Adagrasib In mNSCLC Despite Lukewarm Preliminary Early-Stage Data
The US firm’s adagrasib regimen has failed to differentiate itself from Keytruda plus chemotherapy in two early mNSCLC trials but Mirati is nonetheless forging ahead with pivotal development, albeit with strictly defined populations.
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