BMS LogoThe big news of interest in the oncology landscape this morning is the BMS announcement that the CheckMate–227 study hit its primary endpoint of PFS under certain conditions in previously untreated non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC).

We’ve been covering the 1L NSCLC landscape for a while now and this study was one that was less easy to predict than the others for a number of reasons. I’m pleased to say we got it right, although there are quite a few things to learn from this announcement, not to mention some important implications too.

Here, we continue our coverage on this topic with an analysis based on the latest information…

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