Roche’s Perjeta for Breast Cancer Wins Approval
(Corrects drug spelling in headline, second paragraph of story published June 8.)
Perjeta, chemically known as pertuzumab, is designed to work with the Basel, Switzerland-based company’s Herceptin and chemotherapy to attack breast cancer that has spread in patients who have a certain gene mutation. The Food and Drug Administration today cleared Perjeta for consumer use, Roche’s Genentech unit said in a statement.
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