Roche reports another Phase III cancer flop

Lung cancer candidate tiragolumab failed to meet its primary endpoints in a combination trial. 
Photo: Arnd Wiegmann
Photo: Arnd Wiegmann

Roche is stopping a Phase III study of its lung cancer candidate tiragolumab after the candidate failed to meet primary endpoints compared to MSD’s Keytruda when it was combined with Roche’s blockbuster Tecentriq .

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