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CHMP Opinions: Opdivo Sees Keytruda's Hodgkin's And Raises It Head & Neck

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Merck & Co and Bristol Myers Squibb's rival anti-PD1 products continue their game of one-upmanship with each gaining a new indication in the latest round of EU CHMP opinions.

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