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Nektar Edges Into Immunotherapy With Better Interleukin-2 Drug

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Building on foundation of IL-2 inhibition in immunotherapy, Nektar introduces an improved stimulatory cytokine available on outpatient basis, NKTR-214, for a number of tumor types.

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