Four out of five cancer therapies tested in phase III trials do not achieve clinically-meaningful benefit in prolonging survival

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A study published in the Journal of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network found that more than 80% of therapies tested in phase III oncology trials did not achieve meaningful clinical benefit in prolonging survival. 

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