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Mark C. Fishman (right) and Glenn Dranoff (left) are leading the Novartis cancer immunotherapy push.

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Mark C. Fishman (right) and Glenn Dranoff (left) are leading the Novartis cancer immunotherapy push.

In cancer fight, Novartis focuses on immunity

Novartis AG is making a big bet on emerging science that uses the body’s immune system to fight off tumors.By Robert Weisman

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