Has anyone heard of Ly2875358 for metastic uveal melanoma? It is a Lily drug affecting the c-mets. It specifically mentions uveal in one arm..Margaret
Not sure about that one, but Lily just asked Sato for 15 ocular patients to do a Phase one on a C-MEK inhibitor:
Check clinicaltrials.gov for # LY2801653. I might jump on that this spring -- still waiting to see what Ipi/sterotactic did.
LY2875358 (C-MET), looks like it's at about the same developmental stage as the C-MEK trail, so that one may be in the pipeline at Jefferson as well.
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