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November negotiations in China over the prices of 67 new drugs have resulted in record price cuts, averaging around 62% overall and 65% for anti-tumor products. But the sting is alleviated by the prospect of substantial volume increases.
In a new landmark, Chinese firm BeiGene has posted greater quarterly sales of its cancer drug Brukinsa in the US than in China for the first time. Meanwhile, a growing number of innovative products developed in China are on the cusp of expansion into overseas markets.
After the anti-PD-1/L1 antibody and cell therapy rush, antibody-drug conjugates are quickly gaining attention in China as new technologies and deal-making activity heats up, but one first mover warns of potential over-crowding.
Lilly partners with Kumquat to discover small molecule IO drug. Kite, Appia Bio collaborate on allogeneic cell therapies. AstraZeneca and Regeneron pursue novel metabolic therapies targeting GPR75. Lexeo and Stelios merge to focus on gene therapies for rare cardiovascular indications.
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