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Merck's Keytruda helps lung cancer patients live longer in trial

Reuters Monday, 9 April 2018
(Reuters) - Merck & Co's blockbuster drug Keytruda helped previously untreated lung cancer patients live longer in a late-stage trial, potentially cementing its position as the dominant player in the lucrative lung cancer market.
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The actress's most serious role was as caregiver for her husband Michael Brown after his lung cancer diagnosis. Now, she's turned that into an effort to help others through the Lung Cancer Alliance. She talked to Juan Fernandez about her work

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