Bristol’s Focus Returns To IO Following Celgene Vote
Q1 Earnings Preview: With the positive vote on its merger with Celgene behind it, Bristol now needs to focus on growing its immuno-oncology business, where several upcoming catalysts could bolster Opdivo.
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