Phase I Trial of an Oral/Oral Combination Accruing Patients

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Oncology NEWS InternationalOncology NEWS International Vol 15 No 6
Volume 15
Issue 6

GPC Biotech AC is accruing patients with advanced solid tumors onto a phase I trial of satraplatin, its investigational oral platinum agent, in combination with capecitabine (Xeloda). The open label study of the oral/oral combination, led by William Gradishar, MD, of Northwestern University, is expected to enroll approximately 24 patients, the company indicated in a news release.

MARTINSREID/MUNICH, Germany—GPC Biotech AC is accruing patients with advanced solid tumors onto a phase I trial of satraplatin, its investigational oral platinum agent, in combination with capecitabine (Xeloda). The open label study of the oral/oral combination, led by William Gradishar, MD, of Northwestern University, is expected to enroll approximately 24 patients, the company indicated in a news release.

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