Nektar/Bristol Show Promise With Double IO Combo, But Numbers Are Small
Updated data from PIVOT-02 at the ASCO GU meeting suggest a path for accelerated approval of the NKTR-214/Opdivo combination as first-line treatment of patients with PD-L1-negative urothelial cancers.
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