Immunotherapy avelumab shows potential in rare gynaecologic cancer resistant to chemotherapy

"Given the number of patients with disease that did not relapse, and reduced toxicity compared with standard single-agent chemotherapy, avelumab merits additional investigation,” said ASCO President Howard Burris.
Immunotherapy avelumab shows potential in rare gynaecologic cancer resistant to chemotherapy

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