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Bristol Falls Further Behind Merck In NSCLC By Pulling Early Combo Filing

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Bristol-Myers Squibb's decision not to seek accelerated FDA approval for its Opdivo/Yervoy combo in early lung cancer shocked investors - but analysts still expect a filing to come, albeit later than first thought.

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