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Jun

Merck posted another batch of promising Phase III data for Emend, its antivomiting drug for chemo patients. The pharma giant noted that in the study its NK1 receptor agonist scored a statistically significant complete response rate among patients getting a moderately emetogenic (or vomit-inducing) chemotherapy. Merck will now look to broaden its label for the drug for chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting (CINV) as it squares off against prospective competitors.

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Source: Facing off rivals, Merck looks to expand CINV label on positive PhIII Emend study

    

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