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Whether MacroGenics’ margetuximab can produce an overall survival benefit from the SOPHIA study could be key to its commercial fortunes, say analysts. The company remains optimistic.
In its bid to facilitate novel treatments for some of its most prevalent cancers, China is also poised to make a dent in the global oncology market through domestically originated agents, with the number of PD-1 and CAR-T therapies under clinical development already surpassing that in the US.
News and views from day four of the BIO International Convention: emerging company M&A deals nearly double in 2018; former FDA official Amy McKee said "everything worked right" with accelerated approval and removal of Lilly's Lartruvo; and the ASCO effect on the 3-6 June BIO meeting.
News and views from day four of the BIO International Convention: Former FDA official Amy McKee said "everything worked right" with accelerated approval and removal of Lilly's Lartruvo; emerging company M&A deals nearly double in 2018; and the ASCO effect on the 3-6 June BIO meeting.
Former long-time congressional health staffer Rodney Whitlock discusses the status of prescription drug pricing reform policies in the administration and congress at the American Society for Clinical Oncology annual meeting.
In another year roundly critiqued as being “quiet” on major clinical advances, the American Society of Clinical Oncology annual meeting allowed other areas to shine.
Updated data from the Phase II EV-201 study of Seattle Genetics/Astellas Pharma’s novel ADC are strong enough to warrant accelerated approval, its investigators claim. An accelerated submission to the US FDA is due later this year.
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