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Reporter needs Roche/Plexxikon Phase III patients

Forums General Melanoma Community Reporter needs Roche/Plexxikon Phase III patients

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      I have been contacted by a national reporter interested in speaking with a couple of patients who are currently enrolled in the Phase III study of the BRAF inhibiter in development from Roche/Plexxikon.  This reporter wants to hear a patient’s perspective on the trial.  This is a great opportunity to have unfiltered patient input into the clinical trial process.

      If you are please send me an e-mail and I will forward it along to the reporter.

      Thanks

      Tim–MRF

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      I have been contacted by a national reporter interested in speaking with a couple of patients who are currently enrolled in the Phase III study of the BRAF inhibiter in development from Roche/Plexxikon.  This reporter wants to hear a patient’s perspective on the trial.  This is a great opportunity to have unfiltered patient input into the clinical trial process.

      If you are please send me an e-mail and I will forward it along to the reporter.

      Thanks

      Tim–MRF

      [email protected]

       

       

       

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