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Long And Winding Road To MEK Inhibition

This article was originally published in Pharmaceutical Approvals Monthly

Executive Summary

Early MEK inhibitors failed in trials for a variety of reasons, including adverse events. GlaxoSmithKline designed its development program for trametinib, which just performed well in Phase III, with lessons learned from trials of other drugs.

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