Vectibix increases progression-free survival in trial

08/7/2009 | Reuters

Colorectal cancer patients with the normal version of the KRAS gene had increased progression-free survival when treated initially with Vectibix and chemotherapy, compared to chemotherapy alone, a clinical study showed. Reported side effects included diarrhea, skin toxicity and low magnesium blood levels.

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