Roche claims a first in breast cancer as Tecentriq/Abraxane combo nabs quick approval in frontline use
In a key triumph for Roche’s runner-up checkpoint Tecentriq, the FDA sanctioned a combo of the PD-L1 with Celgene’s Abraxane for frontline use in triple negative breast cancer.
The accelerated approval marks the first cancer immunotherapy regimen approved for this type of metastatic cancer, the pharma giant said, just months after reporting some historic Phase III data on progression-free survival.
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