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NICE Rejects Leukemia Drugs On Eve Of Conference That Likely Will Debate Cancer Policies, NICE's Future

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A lack of good clinical trial data on the use of Sprycel, high-dose Glivec and Tasigna in imatinib-resistant chronic myeloid leukemia patients leads to rejection by NICE in a draft guidance.

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