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Nascent Deal Helps Hisun Advance Innovation Goals

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Zhejiang Hisun Pharmaceuticals is continuing to enrich its pipeline through in-licensing deals, most recently with Nascent, while seeking out-licensing opportunities for its growing pipeline of clinical-stage biologics. The company is also looking to expand into other emerging markets through international partnerships, an executive says.

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