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INLYTA® disrupts angiogenesis by selectively targeting VEGF receptors:1,2
VEGFR-1, -2 and -3 tyrosine kinase signalling pathways play a pivotal role in pathologic angiogenesis, resulting in tumour growth and metastatic progression of cancer.2,6
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