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Regeneron Tries To Put Focus On PD-1 Program, Not Sluggish Autoimmune Sales

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Regeneron promised big things for PD-1 inhibitor cemiplimab during its first quarter earnings call, including studies to test its potential in lung cancer compared to Merck's Keytruda. It hopes to launch the antibody in a smaller indication later this year.

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