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A Lesson From Tecentriq’s Development

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Roche chose not to limit enrollment to patients with high levels of PD-L1 expression when it moved Tecentriq into Phase II – unlike Merck, which did not include low PD-L1 expressers in its Keytruda lung cancer trials.

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