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Avastin Takes One Step Forward, One Step Back At ASCO

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Genentech’s bevacizumab was the subject of one study supporting use in cervical cancer and one failing to show an effect in first-line brain cancer. A separate study repeated the disappointing brain cancer results, but the sponsor sees a silver lining in the quality of life dataset.

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