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Amgen’s Trebananib Meets First Phase III Goal In Ovarian Cancer

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

Executive Summary

Amgen’s trebananib (AMG 386) meets progression-free survival endpoint in Phase III TRINOVA-1 recurrent ovarian cancer study, but higher dropout rate than expected needs explanation. Company also moves IL-17 inhibitor brodalumab into Phase III for psoriatic arthritis.

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