Gilead Licenses Novel Immunotherapy From Jounce
Deal snapshot: Gilead’s latest significant cancer deal brings it a CCR8 binder, a novel preclinical immunotherapy, while Jounce finds a new deep-pocketed partner after the termination of its collaboration with Celgene.
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