The ASCO Abstracts Are Coming

The American Society for Clinical Oncology annual meeting doesn't start until the end of this month, but investors will get a little sneak peek of what to expect when abstracts for the meeting are released at 5 p.m. Eastern on Wednesday.

In the video below, senior biotech specialist Brian Orelli and health-care analyst David Williamson discuss what they're looking forward to seeing at ASCO, including AstraZeneca's phase 2 data for its PARP inhibitor olaparib used alone or in combination with cediranib in patients with ovarian cancer, Johnson & Johnson and Pharmacyclics'  phase 3 data testing Imbruvica verse GlaxoSmithKline's Arzerra in elderly CLL patient, Incyte's data on Jakafi in pancreatic cancer, and others.

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