Panobinostat’s Questionable Magnitude Of Benefit Can’t Outweigh Toxicities, Panel Says
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Novartis shouldn’t give up on drug for relapsed multiple myeloma, FDA’s Oncologic Drugs Advisory Committee says, even as panel votes against approval based on progression-free survival data.
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