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Oncology, Rare Disease Drugs Dominate New China Approvals

Mix Of Nods For Foreign, Local Firms

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Rare disease and cancer treatments are front and center in the latest batch of China new drug approvals, while a new biosimilar of a big seller moves into the spotlight.

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