US FDA’s Information First Policy: PD-1 Bladder Cancer Alert Aligns With Complementary Diagnostics Perspective
Tecentriq and Keytruda's apparently lower efficacy in low PD-1/L1 patients in ongoing first-line trials prompts communication instead of restriction, underscoring FDA's emerging approach to precision medicine labeling.
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