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BMS Tests Virtual R&D Network In China For Orencia Deal With Simcere

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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BMS has been trying since 2012 to figure out a way to bring its first biologic product to China. Now, the company will partner with Simcere to hasten development of its $1.2 billion rheumatoid arthritis blockbuster Orencia.

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