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Merck's Keytruda Wins NSCLC Edge Over BMS' Opdivo

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NICE has changed its mind and provisionally recommended Merck's Keytruda for non-small-cell lung cancer thanks to a discount. The news means Merck could gain an edge over rival drug Opdivo from BMS, which has so far had less success with NICE.

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