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Lynparza For Pancreatic Cancer: ODAC's Narrow Support Leaves US FDA In Quandary

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The Oncologic Drugs Advisory Committee voted 7-5 in favor of AstraZeneca's Lynparza for the treatment of gBRCAm pancreatic cancer, leaving the FDA in a dilemma over how much data to require.

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