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Firms such as Roche and AstraZeneca are also rushing to deliver their own versions of immuno-oncology agents.
The nonprofit was founded in 2011, when Grace, then 7 years old, was a pediatric oncology patient.
So backing oncology startups can be an especially lucrative (if risky) approach.
Armo makes immuno-oncology drugs for pancreatic, lung and renal cell cancer.
Expansion plans include adding exam rooms and kennels, and expanding the oncology treatment center to include radiation therapy for animals.
The groom’s mother retired as an oncology nurse from Boston Medical Center in Boston.
And, for oncology patients who crave foods not on the menu, Joy always finds a way to accommodate them.
Among some of the changes, Tobias Hestler, a former Novartis executive, is now CFO of Glaxo’s consumer business, while Christine Roth, also formerly at Novartis, is head of the oncology franchise.
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medical : the study and treatment of cancer and tumors
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