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IMpower132 Casts More Doubt On Roche's Tecentriq In First-Line NSCLC

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The lack of significant overall survival benefit in IMpower132 may be related to PD-L1 expression – though the dataset is incomplete – or the higher dose of chemo used in the trial.

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