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Cancer Drug Dose Optimization Benefits Include Better Pivotal Trial Retention, Fewer Clinical Holds

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US FDA is asking oncology sponsors for randomized studies comparing at least two doses early in development; despite concerns about delaying approval, FDA and industry reps say approach will increase success of registrational trials and reduce likelihood of market withdrawal due to toxicity.

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