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Bristol-Myers Squibb's lung cancer drug shows better response against rival

New data from Bristol-Myers Squibb's phase three clinical trial of Opdivo indicates better response times in treating non-small cell lung cancer when compared to rival Sanofi SA's docetaxel.

Bristol-Myers said Oct. 9 that Opdivo provided better preservation of health status, health-related quality of life and symptom control under the clinical trials as assessed by the EuroQoL-5 dimensions visual analog scale and the lung cancer symptom score.

More notably, the median duration of response with Opdivo was more than three times that observed with docetaxel which is marketed under the Taxotere brand name.