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Industry Presses FDA For More Specificity On Lung Cancer Study Endpoints

Executive Summary

Pharmaceutical manufacturers are pushing FDA to define and quantify what it considers to be a “substantial and robust” progression-free survival benefit in the context of lung cancer clinical trials.

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