- ImmunoGen (IMGN) has halted a Phase II trial of its IMGN901 drug in patients with small-cell lung cancer, due to too many infections and infection-related deaths.
- The Data Monitoring Committee of the study concluded that the use of IMGN901 was unlikely to demonstrate a sufficient improvement in progression-free survival. (PR)
- However, ImmunoGen has initiated Phase I testing of IMGN289, a potential treatment for lung, head and neck tumors. (PR)
- Shares are -9.4%.
ImmunoGen stops Phase II study of lung-cancer treatment
Nov 5 2013, 07:17 ET