Orteronel Leaves Hole In Millennium/Takeda Pipeline
This article was originally published in Pharmaceutical Approvals Monthly
The non-steroidal androgen synthesis inhibitor failed to show a survival benefit in chemotherapy-naïve prostate cancer patients after also failing in post-chemo patients in 2013. With Takeda ending development of the Phase III candidate, its Millennium cancer pipeline is reduced to a pair of Phase III candidates.
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