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Sanofi-Aventis Could Refocus Development For PARP Inhibitor Iniparib

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The French pharma is standing by the first-in-class drug, which failed in a Phase III trial in triple-negative breast cancer, saying it conferred a benefit in heavily pretreated patients.

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