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FDA Panel Okays Keytruda’s Hepatocellular Carcinoma Indication, But Splits On Opdivo

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In 5-4 vote, US FDA advisory committee recommends withdrawal of Opdivo’s accelerated approval for second-line treatment of HCC while unanimously supporting the indication in Keytruda pending outcome of ongoing studies.

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