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Bristol's drug cocktail cuts kidney cancer death risk 37 percent

MADRID (Reuters) - A combination of two Bristol-Myers Squibb immunotherapy drugs cut the risk of death by 37 percent in a key group of kidney cancer patients, data from a closely watched clinical trial showed on Sunday.
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