Alligator CEO Provides Snapshot Of Tumor-Directed IO Pipeline
Following a deal, worth potentially $700m plus, signed in 2015 with Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen Biotech, Swedish biotech Alligator Biosciences AB is well placed to drive its clinical pipeline. During the Biotech Showcase, CEO Per Norlén outlined to Scrip the current status of the pipeline and its plans moving forward, which include having five clinical programs in place by the end of 2019.
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