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Teva’s Synribo: Salvage Therapy, But Not Personalized Medicine

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Omacetaxine finds new life as a salvage treatment in chronic myeloid leukemia after failing to pass FDA muster for targeted therapy in patients with a particular genetic mutation. FDA allowed Teva to pool data from two open-label studies to secure approval in a third-line setting.

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