Genentech’s Polivy To Get US FDA Panel Review For First-Line Treatment Of Diffuse B-Cell Lymphoma
But company says the 9 March advisory committee meeting ‘currently does not have any impact’ on Polivy’s existing accelerated approval indication in the third-line setting; agency may be seeking input on the robustness of the progression-free survival benefit and uncertainties about overall survival data in the POLARIX Phase III trial in previously untreated DLBCL.
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