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Merck Files Keytruda/Chemo Combo Early With FDA In 1L Squamous Lung Cancer

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Also, Bristol has filed its Opdivo/Yervoy IO combination in Europe for first-line NSCLC, including squamous and non-squamous disease, based on CheckMate 227 data; some analysts expect FDA will accept the same dataset.

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