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Merck Hits IO Bullseye With Keytruda Combo In First-line Lung Cancer

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Success of Keytruda/chemo combo in KEYNOTE-189 first-line metastatic lung cancer study restores Merck's leadership in immuno-oncology and may drive more use, though doctors are still looking to see more data, especially for PD-L1 subgroups.

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