Genentech's Early Cancer Technology Scout On Partnering, Roche Setup & BD Challenges
There is still much more to be learnt about cancer immunology, particularly what drives cancer cell growth, proliferation and resistance mechanisms, says Kevin Sin, Genentech's VP of oncology business development. Speaking to Scrip at the recent BIO-Europe Spring partnering conference, Sin describes Genentech's partnering strategy in oncology and how, almost a decade after the merger, Roche and Genentech are still working collaboratively and competitively to find the best new science in cancer.
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