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Keytruda’s Catch-22 Situation In India Amid Compliance Questions

Executive Summary

Merck & Co’s immuno-oncology therapy Keytruda appears be facing a rather paradoxical situation in India, after an expert panel noted that the US multinational had failed to comply with Phase IV study requirements pertaining to the product in the country.

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