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  • abbreviation Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group

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  • The Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group (ECOG) is currently sponsoring a large adjuvant renal cell carcinoma trial that stratifies patients by certain prognostic risk factors for recurrence, and puts patients into intermediate risk, high risk, and very high risk categories.

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  • ECOG is applying these definitions utlizing the data generated from the failed phase 3 trial of Oncophage in renal cell carcinoma.

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  • In the ECOG study, Antigenics found that in the intermediate risk group, significant improvement in favor of the Oncophage arm was demonstrated.

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  • ECOG is applying these definitions utlizing the data generated from the failed phase 3 trial of Oncophage in renal cell carcinoma.

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  • In the ECOG study, Antigenics found that in the intermediate risk group, significant improvement in favor of the Oncophage arm was demonstrated.

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  • In the ECOG study, Antigenics found that in the intermediate risk group, significant improvement in favor of the Oncophage arm was demonstrated.

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  • Findings from a Phase III study by the Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group (ECOG 4A03) were presented ...

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  • The Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group (ECOG) is currently sponsoring a large adjuvant renal cell carcinoma trial that stratifies patients by certain prognostic risk factors for recurrence, and puts patients into intermediate risk, high risk, and very high risk categories.

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