Sask. Cancer Agency started chemotherapy drug trial without required Health Canada approval

CBC News

11 June 2019 - Agency says it 'proactively' paused trial 5 months after it started.

The Saskatchewan Cancer Agency says it has "paused" a clinical trial of chemotherapy drugs to apply for Health Canada approval that it was supposed to have before the trial started.

The Saskatoon Cancer Centre, which is part of the agency, started a clinical trial of the drugs Folfox and Folfiri in September 2018.

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