Gilead’s Trodelvy Strategy Helped By Phase II Bladder Cancer Data
Two weeks after obtaining its third cancer indication and the same day Kite CEO Christi Shaw’s departure was announced, Gilead’s antibody-drug conjugate yielded Phase II data it says will help toward full approval in urothelial cancer.
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