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Pierre Fabre’s Braftovi scores NICE backing for BRAF+ colorectal cancer

Pierre Fabre’s Braftovi scores NICE backing for BRAF+ colorectal cancer

Drug approved in combination with Merck's KGaA's Erbitux. French pharma group Pierre Fabre’s Braftovi has been recommended for NHS use by the UK’s National Institute for Health ... Pierre Fabre is also looking to prove the Braftovi/Mektovi

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