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Trends in the global immuno-oncology landscape

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Figure 1: Trends in the global IO pipeline.
Figure 2: Trends in IO targets.
Figure 3: Trends in organizations with IO agents in clinical development.

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  • 26 October 2018

    In the original version of Figure 1, the label on the y axis 'T cell-targeted' was incorrect and should be 'T cell-targeted immunomodulator'. The article has been corrected in the online version.

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Correspondence to Jun Tang.

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J.O-T. is a paid board member of HemaCare. L. P. is a consultant to Cancer Research Institute and Canadian Cancer Trials Group.

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Tang, J., Pearce, L., O'Donnell-Tormey, J. et al. Trends in the global immuno-oncology landscape. Nat Rev Drug Discov 17, 783–784 (2018).

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