With A New CSO, Bristol-Myers Squibb Doubles Down On Immuno-Oncology
BMS’ strategy for the complex, highly competitive immuno-oncology field. A Q&A with the company’s new R&D chief, lung cancer specialist Thomas Lynch, MD.
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