Ibrutinib Results Suggest Potential To Shake Up CLL Market
Momentum builds for Pharmacyclics/J&J’s ibrutinib with release of new data at the American Society of Hematology meeting, suggesting the drug has a shot at accelerated approval in sub-populations with high unmet need and potential in a range of B-cell cancers. Profiles of competitors from Gilead and Infinity/Takeda also came into greater focus at ASH.
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