Finding Bristol's Next Wave Of Innovation: An Interview With Douglas Manion
With a focus on specialty drugs, Bristol wants to be known for more than immuno-oncology. To that end, specialty development head Douglas Manion is charged with leading innovation in immunology, virology and cardiovascular, genetically defined and fibrotic disease.
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