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Post-ASH, Onyx Has Grand Plans for Carfilzomib And Nexavar

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Following a buoyant meeting at ASH, Onyx outlines its next steps as it strives to move from being a "one-product" company, to filing an NDA for a second cancer drug by mid-2011.

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