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Korea Takes Its First Step Reimbursing IO Drugs

Executive Summary

Amid repeated calls industry, South Korea decides to pay for Keytruda and Opdivo in its first reimbursement of immuno-oncology drugs, albeit at limited scope. The government is poised to expand reimbursement of IO drugs going forward amid its plan to significantly expand health insurance coverage.

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