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Roche Co-Developed Drugs Deliver Early Synergistic Results Without Added Toxicities

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Executive Summary

One + one turned into a possible three when Genentech drugs targeting PI3K and MEK were combined in an early solid tumor study reported at the American Association for Cancer Research meeting April 2.

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