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Takeda hands back rights to two Amgen drugs

Takeda hands back rights to two Amgen drugs

However, Takeda has decided it is no longer interested in developing pain candidate fulranumab (AMG403) and trebananib (AMG386), which is being tested in cancer. ... In the case of trebananib the picture seems clearer - the compound has already failed

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  • Amgen's trebananib misses survival target in ovarian cancer Amgen's trebananib misses survival target in ovarian cancer

    Amgen's trebananib misses survival target in ovarian cancer. First phase III trial improved survival rates by just one month. ... he described the overall survival data from TRINOVA-1 as a "binary event" for the trebananib programme.

  • Late-stage ovarian cancer Late-stage ovarian cancer

    Trebananib appears to be closer than nintedanib to approval, given that the primary endpoint (PFS) was achieved in the phase III TRINOVA-1 trial. ... In this trial, 919 patients with recurrent ovarian, primary peritoneal or fallopian tube cancers were

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