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The immuno-oncology race: myths and emerging realities

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Figure 1: The number of broad programmes for leading PD1/PDL1 players across indications: white space is disappearing.
Figure 2: Immuno-oncology combination trials being pursued by leading companies.

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The authors gratefully acknowledge the contributions of U. Schulze, P. Tollman and L. Henry to this work.

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Cavnar, S., Valencia, P., Brock, J. et al. The immuno-oncology race: myths and emerging realities. Nat Rev Drug Discov 16, 83–84 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1038/nrd.2016.279

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