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Daiichi gets breakthrough status for pre-NDA leukaemia drug

Daiichi gets breakthrough status for pre-NDA leukaemia drug

of HER3 inhibitor patritumab in combination with Roche’s EGFR drug Tarceva (erlotinib) in the same indication on disappointing efficacy data. ... Patritumab is still in mid-stage testing for head and neck cancer.

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  • Daiichi pulls study of patritumab in lung cancer Daiichi pulls study of patritumab in lung cancer

    Daiichi Sankyo has halted a late-stage trial of its HER3 inhibitor patritumab after seeing no evidence of efficacy at an interim analysis. ... This particular result does not directly affect the science of patritumab in other settings," said Yver.

  • Daiichi Sankyo to shut down German antibody unit U3 Daiichi Sankyo to shut down German antibody unit U3

    cancer. . U3 Pharma's lead candidate patritumab (U3-1287), an anti-HER3 antibody in clinical trials for non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC), breast cancer and head and neck cancer, was

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