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Cancer Drugs Have The Worst Phase III Track Record, BIO Study Shows

This article was originally published in Pharmaceutical Approvals Monthly

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Recent data on late-stage clinical success rates confirm that cancer drug development is a risky proposition for pharma/biotech companies, even before FDA gets tougher on accelerated approval requirements.

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