FDA approves new treatment for serious lung cancer

05/6/2003 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The · NYTimes.com

Lung cancer patients who have not responded well to chemotherapy will now have the option of taking Iressa, a new drug from AstraZeneca that disrupts the chemical makeup of tumors. The FDA's approval of the drug, despite a significant threat of serious side effects, may signal a change in the way the FDA handles approval for life-threatening illnesses.

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