Interview: Amgen's BiTE Platform Becomes A Feast As More Molecules Enter The Clinic
The next two years will be important as Amgen looks to deliver on its BiTE platform beyond the first approved drug, Blincyto. SVP David Reese lays out the path forward, including solid tumor opportunities and next-generation BiTEs.
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