Tens of thousands of people a year could be spared the need for a colonoscopy following new guidance from NICE.
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Acalabrutinib, taken as a twice daily tablet, is recommended as an option for adults with untreated chronic lymphocytic leukaemia.
NICE has agreed a managed access agreement, via the Cancer Drugs Fund with manufacturer Kite, so more data can be collected while patients can access the treatment.
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