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AZ and Clovis PARP inhibitors show their mettle at ESMO

AZ and Clovis PARP inhibitors show their mettle at ESMO

extend its lead over its PARP inhibitor rivals, Tesaro's Zejula (niraparib) and Clovis' Rubraca (rucaparib).

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    Licensing one indication for a new product is unusual not least of all because of potential pricing issues if niraparib is launched by different companies at different prices. ... 500. Tesaro (US). Janssen (US). License and collaboration. Niraparib PARP

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