ImmunoGen’s lead armed antibody falters in key ovarian cancer test as a monotherapy — shares crash

ImmunoGen's lead armed antibody — mirvetuximab soravtansine — has failed a late-stage study as a monotherapy in third line platinum-resistant ovarian cancer patients, a miss that could derail studies testing the drug as part of a combo.

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