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Quality-Of-Life Data Take On Added Significance With Avastin Debate

Executive Summary

Among the many lessons that cancer drug sponsors should take away from the Avastin proceedings is that if they hope to secure approval on the basis of a progression-free survival endpoint, in certain settings, they need to bolster that data with quality-of-life assessments.

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