This kind of positive news is always nice to wake up and read:

“Rucaparib maintenance therapy increases progression-free survival in BRCA mutant recurrent ovarian cancer by 77%, according to late-breaking results from the ARIEL3 trial reported today at the ESMO 2017 Congress in Madrid.”

Of course, it’s not the first PARP inhibitor to show a significant effect as maintenance therapy in ovarian cancer after initial platinum therapy and we shouldn’t assume that all drugs in the same class will have an equivalent effect until we see the data.

It is good to see confirmation of a positive impact after seeing the data from two plus lines of therapy at ESMO in Copenhagen last fall.

So what does the new readout look like, what can we learn from it, and what were thought leader reactions to the data?

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