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Doubling Down: Merck Serono Inks Second Oncology Deal With Chinese Biotech BeiGene

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German drug maker Merck Serono inked its second global licensing, co-development and commercialization deal this year with Chinese biotech BeiGene. During a signing ceremony in Beijing, execs from both companies talked about their development strategy.

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