Kite CEO Christi Shaw On How Gilead Plans To Stay On Top In Cell Therapy
Shaw cites manufacturing speed and success as competitive edges. The Gilead subsidiary unveiled data at ASCO positioning Tecartus, its second CAR-T therapy, to add B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia to label.
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