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Two Approaches To PD-1 Blocker Pediatric Studies Could Help Clarify Biomarker’s Role

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Merck plans to enrich its Phase II study for MK-3475 with patients whose tumors express PD-L1; Bristol would take all comers in its Phase I/II trial of nivolumab.

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