Exelixis Building A Pipeline Out Of A Product, Unveils Cabozantinib Activity Across Tumor Types At ASCO
Exelixis Inc. is set to file the first NDA for its dual MET/VEGF2 inhibitor cabozantinib by the end of the year, but as that project winds down, plans for a suite of new indications are in the works as the company tries to leverage its asset as fully as possible.
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Exelixis' Lead-In Trial Design Evaluates Cabozantinib Disease Activity Against Multiple Cancers At 12 Weeks
Novel adaptive randomized discontinuation design tested cabozantinib in nine tumor types, isolated best opportunities faster than traditional randomization.