Lilly’s Pegilodecakin Fails Pancreatic Cancer Test
Asset came from $1.6bn Armo buy
The company's immunotherapy failed to improve survival of pancreatic patients compared to chemotherapy. Lilly will be hoping pegilodecakin has more success in NSCLC.
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