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FDA Pulls Keytruda from Two Clinical Trials after Deaths

11:01 EDT 1 Sep 2017 | Bioethics.com

(UPI) – The FDA has placed a full clinical hold on two clinical trials combining the cancer drug Keytruda with other therapies after an excess of deaths was reported. The agency announced on Thursday that two clinical trials of Keytruda, … Read More

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