Bristol Drug Seen Helping Body Attack Lung Cancer: HealthRobert Langreth
Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. is making progress developing a new drug to assist the body’s immune system in its ability to find and attack cancer cells. The drug may prove especially effective fighting lung cancer.
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