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Keytruda/Inlyta Data Stoke Competition In Kidney Cancer

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Competing combination therapies may soon be battling for attention as first-line therapies for advanced or metastatic renal cell carcinoma, with Merck & Co being the latest big pharma to release more data on the Keytruda/Inlyta combo in the setting.

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