Revolutionizing the IO Market Through R&D Funding and Partnerships

Presenter : Bertrand Sautier Guest : Peter Winter

Immuno-oncology therapies have opened up the most promising frontiers in cancer treatment today. But, with drug development costs increasing, how is it possible to maintain commercial viability?

Peter Winter, Editor at BioWorld, talks about challenges to commercial viability in the immuno-oncology space. Learn more about the barriers for entry into this fast-moving research area and what the consequences are in the growing market.

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