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Novartis’s Latecomer PD-1 Outshines Keytruda And Opdivo In Esophageal Cancer

Superior OS Results In Frontline Use

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Novartis is playing catch-up in PD-1 inhibitors but could soon claim a best-in-class competitor in first-line esophageal cancer.

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