Genmab presents "encouraging" data for cervical cancer candidate

During the annual European Society for Medical Oncology conference (ESMO), Genmab and partner have released results for the therapy tisotumab vedotin, for which the company is seeking priority review status.

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Genmab and its partner Seagen have presented interim data from a study of the drug tisotumab vedotin in combination therapy with the treatment of recurrent or metastatic cervical cancer.

Genmab describes the data as "encouraging" in a press release on Sunday, in connection with this year's ESMO conference.

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