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Phase III Data AFFIRM Safety As Well As Survival For MDV3100

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

Executive Summary

Medivation’s MDV3100 demonstrates a favorable safety profile and hits secondary efficacy endpoints in the AFFIRM study. Drug does not need to be given with prednisone, and could give J&J’s recently launched Zytiga a run for its money.

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