Big Pharma's Practice-Changing Data Dominates At ESMO
Unseasonal showers hit Madrid during the European Society for Medical Oncology congress where most of the major data readouts came from the biggest players in the sector rather than ambitious biotechs. Here, In Vivo looks at three must-see presentations from the prestigious meeting.
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