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Yervoy/Nivolumab May Need Stronger Survival Data To Be First Choice In Melanoma

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Bristol’s combo demonstrates similar response rate as PD-1 alone, but with much better survival rates in a small melanoma study presented at ASCO. Due to toxicities, including one death, some say combination would need to shore up survival benefit to become first choice in frontline therapy.

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