Walmsley Takes On Oncology: Can GSK Become A Power Player?
GlaxoSmithKline's new CEO is assembling a "dream team" to rebuild the big pharma's R&D pipeline with an emphasis on building in oncology. Walmsley outlined her strategy at J.P. Morgan, while Oncology Therapy Area Head Axel Hoos provided more details in an interview.
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