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Lung cancer key for Takeda's alisertib after Ph III lymphoma flop

This article was originally published in Scrip

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Takeda's hopes for its first-in-class Aurora kinase inhibitor now rest on Phase II studies in lung cancer after the company pulled the plug on its Phase III trial in a rare form of lymphoma.

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