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Reading The Tea Leaves For PD-1 Family In New Hematology Data

This article was originally published in Pharmaceutical Approvals Monthly

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Nivolumab investigator, ASH presidential symposium speaker and translational biologist Margaret Shipp explains in an interview why PD-1 blockade might be better in Hodgkin lymphoma than PD-L1 inhibition, and contemplates the future in other blood diseases.

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