COX-2 Inhibitors No Longer The Pits: Tragara's Apricoxib Shows Potential In Phase II APRICOT-L Lung Cancer Trial
This article was originally published in Pharmaceutical Approvals Monthly
Tragara Pharmaceuticals, Inc. may have found a beneficial use for a COX-2 inhibitor in oncology, and it involves using a urine test, not a biopsy, to match non-small cell lung cancer patients with the therapy.
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