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Merck Expands Keytruda Trial Collaboration With Amgen, Unveils Others

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Merck’s sBLA for Keytruda in lung cancer has been accepted by FDA and granted an Oct. 2 action date, the firm announced. The company also revealed several new research collaborations to study Keytruda in more combination trials at ASCO.

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