Drugs that lack single-agent activity: are they worth pursuing in combination?

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Over the past decade, many anticancer drugs have been approved for use only in combination regimens and only in palliative settings, despite having negligible single-agent activity in the same disease. We examine whether these agents provide any tangible clinical benefits and are worthy of continued development, or whether R&D efforts would be better focused elsewhere.

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