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A Biomarker For Bristol: Mutation Burden Shows Promise In Small Cell Lung Cancer

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Phase I/II data from Opdivo/Yervoy combination in SCLC provide more evidence that tumor mutation burden is emerging as a biomarker for immunotherapy, but commercial value is unclear and results don't have implications for the all-important CheckMate 227 non-small cell lung cancer trial, analysts say.

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