2016 will not be the year when Denmark’s Galecto learns whether or not Bristol-Myers Squibb will buy the biotech in a multi-million-dollar deal. CEO Hans Schambye has a good gut feeling, however, nothing is set in stone in the world of biotech.
BY LONNI LYNGE Offentliggjort 26.10.16 kl. 16:38
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