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NEW YORK – With the success of drugs like Merck's pembrolizumab (Keytruda) and Loxo Oncology and Bayer's larotrectinib (Vitrakvi), many companies that make oncology therapies are now trying their hand at developing histology-agnostic cancer drugs. But getting these treatments into patients' hands isn't simple — they must be tested in specifically designed clinical trials, approved by regulators, and paid for by insurance companies.

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