In Halting METLung, Roche Evaluating How to Proceed with Other Lung Cancer Trials of Onartuzumab | GenomeWeb

Originally published March 3.

Roche's announcement this week that it is halting a Phase III trial of its investigational non-small cell lung cancer drug onartuzumab in combination with Tarceva (erlotinib) in previously treated patients with MET-positive tumors may have implications for other trials the company is running that are exploring a similar molecularly targeted treatment strategy in lung cancer patients.

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