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AstraZeneca’s Olaparib Clears FDA For Later Therapy Line In Ovarian Cancer

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AstraZeneca’s Lynparza was rejected as a maintenance therapy after second-line treatment by an FDA advisory committee, but landed accelerated approval for heavily pretreated relapsed patients, based on data not considered in the initial advisory committee review.

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