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Sanofi/Regeneron Ready To Forge Ahead With Libtayo Filings In NSCLC

Executive Summary

Cemiplimab was a latecomer to the PD-1/L1 class, but a Phase III success in lung cancer will bring it to the main stage for immuno-oncology.

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