No OS Gain For 34 China-Approved Cancer Drug Indications
Too Fast, Too Little?
Sweeping regulatory reforms put China in catch-up mode for the approval of oncology drugs, some of which have been cleared for marketing only in the country. But how does the deluge of new products measure up in terms of actual overall survival benefits? A new study by Peking University scholars and specialists unveils some surprising results.
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