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Merck/Endocyte Mulling Vintafolide’s Future After Failure In Ovarian Cancer

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Executive Summary

Endocyte is potentially propelled back to a Phase I company after its nearest commercial prospect flops and its collaboration with Merck is expected to disintegrate now that the drug missed PFS in ovarian cancer.

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