Provenge To Drive Sanpower Growth And Wider China Cell Therapy Market?
China will provide a rising market potential for Sanpower’s newly acquired Dendreon and its Provenge product for prostate cancer, as part of the Chinese firm’s broader strategy, and the deal could also have an impact on the regulatory climate for cellular immunotherapies in China.
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