Doubling Up on Targeted Therapies

Branca, Malorye A.
September 2006
Pharma DD: Tracking Discovery & Development;Sep/Oct2006, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p8
Academic Journal
The article reports on Part II in targeted therapies in the U.S. Charles Baum, head of the clinical oncology at Pfizer, says that targeted therapies is what the company plans to get into more and more. It mentions that the availability of approved targeted therapies and the popularity of knowledge about them are cited as the factors behind its trend.


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