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Synta’s Newest Phase II Results Could Reshape Ganetespib’s Pivotal Data, But Some Analysts Remain Skeptical

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Synta provided one-year follow up data for its Phase IIb/III trial testing ganetespib in NSCLC, and revealed some protocol changes which it believes will de-risk the Phase III design. Analysts on the third quarter earnings call by and large bought into the story, but some skepticism remains.

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