Bristol-Myers Expanding Cancer Immunotherapy Operations In Redwood City
The drug maker will add a third building and 150 jobs to its research and development work. Meanwhile, The San Francisco Business Times reports on developments in immune system research.
The San Francisco Business TImes:
Drug Giant Plots Peninsula Expansion, 150 More Jobs
Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. will add a third building to its Redwood City research and development campus and potentially bring on another 150 employees there, signaling the giant drug maker's faith in its burgeoning cancer immunotherapy franchise. (Leuty, 4/14)
The San Francisco Business Times:
How The Immune System Became The Hottest Thing In Cancer
It took years for a drug developer to buy in to UC Berkeley researcher Jim Allison's idea of blocking a protein that allows cancers to hide from the immune system. Now it's the hottest thing in cancer. (Leuty, 4/14)