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Nektar/BMS’s IL-2 Inhibitor Melanoma Failure Leaves Room For Other Contenders

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Nektar is hoping the combination of bempegaldesleukin and Opdivo could have better chances in kidney and bladder cancers, but analysts aren’t sure and see other IL-2 therapeutics as having better prospects.

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