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Progression-Free Survival Is Good Endpoint For Metastatic NSCLC, Cmte. Says

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An endpoint of progression-free survival is appropriate for full approval of first-line non-small cell lung cancer treatments in metastatic cancers, but not for earlier-stage disease, the Oncologic Drugs Advisory Committee concluded Dec. 16

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