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Pfizer/Merck KGAA's Bavencio Gastric Cancer Failure Not As Bad As It Seems

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Disappointing outcome for the companies' PD-L1 inhibitor avelumab in late-stage gastric cancer may not have implications for the drug in more valuable indications, like lung cancer.

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