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Bristol’s Opdivo Continues Slide, But First-Line Lung Offers Optimism

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Sales of the Bristol PD-1 inhibitor dropped 9% year-over-year but the company says approvals in first-line NSCLC are off to a good start. Q2 saw growth for Eliquis and Revlimid despite pandemic impact.

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