High-dose Zevalin with stem cell transplant may benefit NHL patients

10/21/2008 | RTT News

A study showed that 83% of patients with relapsed/refractory or high-risk aggressive non-Hodgkin's lymphoma were disease-free 30 months after receiving high-dose Zevalin and undergoing a tandem stem cell transplant. The findings add to evidence that "Zevalin at higher than FDA approved doses with a stem cell rescue may provide an added clinical benefit" when combined with standard chemotherapy, a company official said.

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