Top 100 biotech venture investors; Bristol Myers’ IL-12 breakup; Scientific twist of fate; Tracking biopharma layoffs; and more
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Thanks for reading. This week is extra special — and not just because of the Super Bowl — as it marks the 100th edition of the Endpoints Weekly. I’d love to hear from you on what you like about this report — and what you think could be better. You can always reply to this email to get in touch. (Correction note: In last week’s email, I mistakenly wrote that Bristol Myers Squibb abandoned two “peptide-masked” CTLA-4 programs. Only one of the two discontinued CTLA-4 programs was peptide-masked.)
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