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Supporting Children with Cancer 

Collaboration Agreement with Flatiron Health

Bristol-Myers Squibb Enters Three-Year Collaboration Agreement with Flatiron Health

Bristol-Myers Squibb expands its relationship with Flatiron Health, a leader in oncology-specific electronic health record software and the curation of real-world data for cancer research and real-world evidence (RWE) generation.

Staying in Touch

The robot known as VIK-e allows children to stay connected with their family and classmates rather than isolated during treatment.

global hope


Bringing Hope Where There Was Little

Pediatric oncology nurses volunteer for training in Malawi, as part of Global HOPE , a Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation-sponsored initiative to build treatment capacity for children with cancer in southern and east Africa.

Hacking Childhood Cancer: Creating Support Systems

Healthcare innovators tackle how to improve the experience of children fighting for a healthy future.

News &  Perspectives

Anne-Marie Sotire, Head of Human Resources, R&D, enjoying downtime with her daughter.

Embracing Gender Diversity


Mike Quigley, executive director of Immuno-Oncology and Bo Barnhart, senior director of Immuno-Oncology at Bristol-Myers Squibb Redwood City, Calif. (from left to right)

Scientists on the Move

2017 Annual Report

2017 Annual Report

In every part of our organization and across the world, we are focused on the future. We are ready to provide patients with even more treatment options and even more hope. They are the reason we work harder and faster to deliver results.

Looking for Answers?

Quick links to helpful resources.

Clinical Trial Information for Researchers

Clinical trials and research are a critical part of bringing new medicines to patients.

Medical Information for Healthcare Providers

Information and resources to assist with caring for patients.

Help Paying for Your Medicines

If you are a patient in the U.S. struggling to understand your coverage or pay for your medication, we may be able to help.