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Roche Says Kadcyla Fails To Better Herceptin In First-Line Breast Cancer

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Sales estimates for Roche’s Kadcyla will be cut sharply after news the MARIANNE study didn’t show the antibody-drug conjugate performing better than Herceptin in treating first-line breast cancer.

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