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Afinitor(R) Phase II Data Show Positive Results for Patients With Multiple Types of Lymphoma, Leading to Phase III Trial

...he prevention of organ rejection in heart and kidney transplant recipients. certican was first approved in the EU in 2003. certican is not approved for use in the US. Afinitor important safety infor...

Video: Afinitor(R) Approved in US as First Treatment for Patients With Advanced Kidney Cancer After Failure of Either Sunitinib or Sorafenib

...he prevention of organ rejection in heart and kidney transplant recipients. certican was first approved in the EU in 2003. certican is not approved for use in the US(1). For more information on Afinitor...

RAD001 Phase II Trial Results Positive in Patients with Advanced Gastric Cancer After Failure of One or More Prior Treatments

...he prevention of organ rejection in heart and kidney transplant recipients. certican was first approved in the EU in 2003. certican is not approved in the US. Disclaimer The foregoing release contai...

RAD001 Shows Potential to Reverse Resistance to Herceptin(R)* in Metastatic Breast Cancer Patients, Leading to Phase III Trial

...he prevention of organ rejection in heart and kidney transplant recipients. certican was first approved in the EU in 2003. certican is not approved in the US. In addition to breast cancer, RAD001 is ...

More Than 200 Abstracts at ASH and SABCS Reveal Potential Compelling Patient Benefits From Novartis Oncology Current and Pipeline Therapies

...ilable in different dosage strengths under the trade name Certican(R) for the prevention of organ rejection in heart and kidney transplant recipients. certican was first approved in the EU in 2003. RAD001 is being evaluated as a single agent or in combination with existing therapies for renal cell ca...

Latest RAD001 Study Results Show Further Increase in Time Without Tumor Growth in Patients With Advanced Kidney Cancer

...ilable in different dosage strengths under the trade name Certican(R) for the prevention of organ rejection in heart and kidney transplant recipients. certican was first approved in the EU in 2003. In addition to renal cell carcinoma (RCC), RAD001 is being evaluated as a single agent or in combination with ...

RAD001 Combined with Sandostatin LAR(R) Depot and as Monotherapy Controls Growth of Rare Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumors

...ilable in different dosage strengths under the trade name Certican(R) for the prevention of organ rejection in heart and kidney transplant recipients. certican was first approved in the European Union in 2003. RAD001 is being studied in two large Phase III studies in advanced NETs (pancreatic NET and carcin...

RAD001 Granted Priority Review in the US Based on Potential to Fill Unmet Medical Need in Patients With Advanced Kidney Cancer

...ilable in different dosage strengths under the trade name Certican(R) for the prevention of organ rejection in heart and kidney transplant recipients. certican was first approved in the EU in 2003. In addition to renal cell carcinoma (RCC), RAD001 is being evaluated as a single agent or in combination with ...

Early Data Presented at ASCO Show Potential of RAD001 to Enhance Efficacy of, and Overcome Resistance to, Breast Cancer Treatments

...in the world. Everolimus is approved under the trade name Certican(R) for the prevention of organ rejection in heart and kidney transplant recipients. certican was first approved in the EU in 2003 and is available in more than 60 countries. About Femara Femara(R) (letrozole tablets) is approved for the ad...

RAD001 More Than Doubles Time Without Tumor Growth After Failure of Standard Treatment in Patients With Advanced Kidney Cancer

...in the world. Everolimus is approved under the trade-name Certican(R) for the prevention of organ rejection in heart and kidney transplant recipients. certican was first approved in the EU in 2003 and is available in more than 60 countries. Disclaimer The foregoing release contains forward-looking stateme...
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