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Merck’s Keytruda Shows Utility In Subset Of Esophageal Cancer

Executive Summary

A Phase III study testing Keytruda monotherapy in second-line esophageal cancer versus physician’s choice of chemotherapy shows a 31% reduction in risk of death for patients expressing PD-L1. [Editor's Note: Article updated to clarify trial outcomes.]

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