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AstraZeneca, Eli Lilly and Cancer Dominate 2016 EU New Drug Approvals

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2016 saw 30 new active substances approved in the EU, in a total of 29 different products, of which 10 were for cancer indications. Two companies shared the honors for productivity: AstraZeneca and Lilly each saw three new active substances approved by the European Commission during the year.

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