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MedImmune Pipeline Primed To Produce

Executive Summary

MedImmune, the biologics arm of performance-challenged AstraZeneca, is poised to lead the parent company into more prosperous times, with positive signals coming from Phase II trials in oncology and asthma and a stake in cancer immunotherapies.

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