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Lilly’s Ramucirumab Fails In Breast Cancer Trial, Clears Second Gastric Cancer Study

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Executive Summary

Lilly’s VEGF2-inhibitor failed to meet its primary endpoint of progression-free survival in a Phase III breast cancer study but met the primary endpoint of improved overall survival in an advanced gastric cancer trial.

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