Merck, Eisai notch full approval for Keytruda-TKI inhibitor combo in advanced endometrial cancer
Merck PD-1 inhibitor Keytruda has been in the hot seat as the FDA rifles through its accelerated approval program for drugs that eventually flop confirmatory studies. But for a Keytruda combo with an Eisai TKI inhibitor in endometrial cancer, that won’t be an issue.
The FDA on Thursday gave its full approval to a combination of Keytruda and TKI inhibitor Lenvima to treat second-line or later patients with advanced endometrial carcinoma without a genetic mismatch repair deficiency or high microsatellite instability, the drugmakers said Thursday.
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