'Intriguing' data On GSK's ICOS Agonist For Head And Neck Cancer
As it continues to build a presence in oncology, the company is starting a late-stage trial of GSK3359609 combined with Merck & Co's blockbuster Keytruda on the back of data presented at ESMO.
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