Pfizer Oncology Strategy: Keeping Pace In The Doublet/Triplet IO Race
Pfizer has seven immuno-oncology drugs in the clinic and an ambition to be the first drug maker to bring a PD-1/OX40/4-1BB triplet regimen into the clinic late this year or early next.
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