Daiichi Sankyo Lays Out Priorities As It Pursues Oncology Ambitions
Daiichi Sankyo says it is “committed to a major transformation in oncology” as it prioritizes and pursues projects in this field under a new team leader, who chose to highlight unique antibody-drug conjugate technology and the acute myeloid leukemia franchise at a recent R&D Day in Tokyo.
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