A Virtuous Cycle: What The Immuno-Oncology Revolution Means For Other Disease Areas
Execs from Merck, Pfizer, Bristol, Abbvie and smaller biopharmas weigh in on how developments in cancer research may benefit other disease areas, especially autoimmune and neurological conditions.
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BMS Q&A: Hunting For Biomarkers To Improve Treatment Of Autoimmune Diseases
Bristol-Myers R&D leaders Brian Gavin and Sean Connolly offered insight into the company's immunology focus for autoimmune diseases, which increasingly is driven by a search for biomarkers that point to the best use of the big pharma's drugs.