1Q EARNINGS: BMS sees sales slide, plans nivolumab rolling BLA
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Bristol-Myers Squibb reported a 1% drop in first quarter revenue to $3.81bn, but investors and analysts were more focused on the company's research and development pipeline – namely, the cancer immunotherapy nivolumab – than its commercial portfolio.
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