Bristol's New Chief Scientific Officer Lists Oncology Priorities, But Little New
At ASCO, Bristol-Myers-Squibb's new Chief Scientific Officer Thomas Lynch highlighted key R&D priorities for advancing the company's cancer pipeline and staying ahead of its competitors.
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