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Pfizer/Coley lung cancer agent starts Phase III

This article was originally published in Pharmaceutical Approvals Monthly

Executive Summary

Coley and partner Pfizer have initiated a Phase III program evaluating the toll-like receptor agonist PF-3512676 (formerly ProMune) for first-line treatment of advanced non-small cell lung cancer, Coley says Nov. 28. Two 800-patient studies are being conducted under an FDA special protocol assessment and will evaluate the drug in combination with current standard-of-care chemo regimens; the primary endpoint is overall survival. Pfizer and Coley entered into a development and commercialization agreement for PF-3512676 in March (Pharmaceutical Approvals Monthly April 2005, p. 26)...

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