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“Not Another Avastin,” FDA Panel Warns Genentech At Perjeta Review

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Under questioning from FDA’s Richard Pazdur, VP Sandra Horning says company would be willing to withdraw pertuzumab’s neoadjuvant indication if results from ongoing adjuvant study are “clearly negative”; advisory committee members say they expect sponsor to bow out more gracefully than it did in the fight over bevacizumab’s breast cancer claim.

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