Bristol, AstraZeneca Changes To IO Strategy Could Ultimately Be Regulatory Gain
Bristol's filing of Yervoy/Opdivo in first-line lung cancer is delayed as the company drops its plans for accelerated approval, but could be on a more solid regulatory footing if the pivotal trial is successful. Meanwhile, AstraZeneca is using adaptive trial design to update MYSTIC, which could result in broader approvals.
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