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Nektar Pins Falling Cancer Response Rate On Manufacturing Problem

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A post-hoc analysis linked “physical differences” in two lots of Nektar’s drug to lower efficacy when given in combination with Bristol-Myers Squibb’s Opdivo. Nektar’s share price tumbled following the update.

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