Novartis' New Oncology CEO Liz Barrett Charts A Course, But It Will Require Jump-Starting New Brands
Liz Barrett joined Novartis in February after leading Pfizer's oncology unit, taking over leadership of the business at a time of transition and tasked with building new blockbusters as old reliable work engines mature. She talked to Scrip about her plans for Novartis Oncology at ASCO.
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