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AstraZeneca Back In The PARP Mix With Olaparib In Ovarian Cancer

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Olaparib is off the shelf and into a Phase III trial against ovarian cancer in platinum-sensitive BRCA-positive patients, adding to the list of late-stage PARP inhibitors vying for first-in-class status.

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