The 37-year drug development drought lives on.

Immunomedics (IMMU), the biotech founded in 1982, was informed by the Food and Drug Administration on Thursday night that its lead drug, an antibody drug conjugate to treat women with an aggressive form of breast cancer, could not be approved at this time.

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  • My sister has metastatic triple receptor negative breast cancer and has failed two drugs. Can she get this in a trial?
    Dr Cathy McGowan

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