AstraZeneca's Fredrickson On Its Cancer Ambitions
Just over a year ago, AstraZeneca at last returned to growth and set about a reorganization that placed oncology at the heart of its plans for continued success. In Vivo talked to the executive vice-president of its Oncology Business Unit David Fredrickson about how the company hopes to become a major cancer player.
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