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‘Regulatory Flexibility’ For Innovent/Lilly’s Sintilimab Not Warranted, US FDA Says

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Advisory committee will vote on whether an additional trial demonstrating applicability of results from the Phase III study in China is needed prior to approval; agency says PD-1 inhibitor does not fulfill an unmet need in the US for non-small cell lung cancer.

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