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AstraZeneca Takes “Anti-Avastin” Pledge On Accelerated Approval Withdrawal

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Sponsor says it would offer to remove olaparib from the market if results from ongoing SOLO-2 trial in ovarian cancer maintenance setting are “not consistent” with Phase II efficacy data upon which accelerated approval is requested.

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