Good DREAMM-1 Data Keeps GSK On Track For Multiple Myeloma Filing This Year
Confirmation of good trial data for GSK's promising anti-BCMA antibody-drug conjugate GSK2857916 in multiple myeloma patients keeps it in the running for eventual regulatory approval by 2020 - but it faces a formidable field of emerging rival therapies.
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