Pfizer’s Dolsten Explains Why The Big Pharma Can Win The Immuno-Oncology Marathon
Pfizer isn’t considered one of the frontrunners in the immuno-oncology race, but R&D President Mikael Dolsten declares the company, with five agents in the clinic in 2015, will be a force in the therapeutic area.
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