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Merck & Co’s Keytruda Gets Foot In The Door For First-Line Gastric Cancer

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Results presented as ASCO from the mixed KEYNOTE-062 study suggest a place for pembrolizumab in first-line gastric cancer but data from other ongoing trials will be needed to support filings amid looming competition from Opdivo.

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