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The BTK inhibitor demonstrated superiority to AbbVie/J&J’s Imbruvica for overall response in relapsed/refractory CLL, in addition to hitting a progression-free survival endpoint versus chemotherapy in the first-line.
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Two years after missing its primary endpoint in a different indication, BeiGene’s bet on a second Phase III head-to-head study with its BTK inhibitor Brukinsa have finally paid off, with PFS benefits demonstrated over rival Imbruvica.