Breakthrough Economy: Innovation in Immuno-Oncology

Breakthrough economy: innovation in immuno-oncology

Nasdaq published this video item, entitled “Breakthrough Economy: Innovation in Immuno-Oncology” – below is their description.

In this episode of Breakthrough Economy, we discuss innovations and challenges in the immuno-oncology space. Host Jen Rogers is joined by Niko Kley, co-founder and CEO of Orionis Biosciences and Dr. Pam Sharma, Professor and Director of Scientific Programs for the James P. Allison Institute at MD Anderson Cancer Center.

Learn more: https://www.nasdaq.com/videos/biotech-innovation-in-immuno-oncology

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