Vaximm Seeks Pharma Partners For T-Cell/Checkpoint Inhibitor Combos
Dr. Matthias Schroff, the new CEO of privately-held Swiss vaccines company Vaximm AG, talks to Mike Ward, global director of content for Informa Pharma Intelligence, about how the company is differentiating itself in the crowded immuno-oncology development space. Vaximm is also looking for pharma partners with checkpoint inhibitors to advance its oral T-cell immunotherapies.
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