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ZAI Builds On Sanofi Ties For Lung Cancer Candidate

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

China’s ZAI Lab has in-licensed its third preclinical drug candidate from Sanofi, a novel multi-kinase inhibitor aimed at a non-small cell lung cancer target and other oncology indications. The new agreement indicates ZAI’s R&D strategy of bringing in novel early stage assets with large unmet needs in China and globally.

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