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Genentech’s Tecentriq Stakes New Claim With FDA Lung Cancer Approval

Executive Summary

Genentech’s PD-L1 inhibitor Tecentriq could steal market share from the PD-1 inhibitors Opdivo and Keytruda in its new indication, but the Roche subsidiary’s drug is a year behind competitors from Bristol-Myers and Merck in NSCLC with seven Phase III trials under way to expand its reach in lung cancer.

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