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Ignyta's Updated Phase 1 Data on Safety, Anti-Tumor Activity and CNS Activity of Entrectinib in Cancers with TRK, ROS1 or ALK Fusions Published in Cancer Discovery

San Diego - Ignyta, Inc. (Nasdaq: RXDX), a biotechnology company focused on precision medicine in oncology, today announced that updated results from two Phase 1 trials of entrectinib—the company's investigational, orally available, CNS-active tyrosine kinase inhibitor targeting tumors that harbor TRK, ROS1 or ALK fusions—were published in the journal Cancer Discovery. The studies showed entrectinib to be well tolerated, with responses observed in non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC), colorectal cancer, mammary analog secretory carcinoma (MASC), melanoma and renal cell carcinoma as early as four weeks after first treatment and lasting as long as 2.5 years and still ongoing. Entrectinib is currently being studied in a separate registration-enabling global Phase 2 basket clinical trial known as STARTRK-2. ()

 
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