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NEW YORK – Precision medicine company IDEAYA Biosciences said on Wednesday that it is collaborating with Pfizer in an upcoming clinical trial evaluating IDE196 in combination with MEK inhibitor binimetinib (Pfizer, Array Biopharma's Mektovi) for patients with GNAQ or GNA11 hotspot-mutated solid tumors such as uveal melanoma and colorectal cancer. The companies expect the trial to start in mid-2020.

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