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Simon Rule, MD, on MCL: Ibrutinib vs Temsirolimus

2015 ASH Annual Meeting

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Simon Rule, MD, of Derriford Hospital, discusses results from an international, multicenter study in patients with previously treated mantle cell lymphoma (Abstract 469).



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