The Potential Role of Combination Adjuvant Immunotherapy in NSCLC

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A group of experts in oncology investigates the feasibility of combination adjuvant immunotherapy in NSCLC consolidation, assessing the utilization of multiple immune checkpoint inhibitors and scrutinizing the rationale, with a focus on findings from the COAST study and PACIFIC-8 studies.

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