Daiichi's AML Drug Quizartinib Heads To ODAC With Host Of Efficacy, Safety Issues
US FDA's Oncologic Drugs Advisory Committee will examine Daicchi Sankyo's acute myeloid lekemia drug quizartinib in the second of two half-day panels for the sponsor.
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