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Fosun Kite Bets On Cell Therapy Despite Approval Pathway Lag In China

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The approval of Kite's Yescarta has ignited Chinese drug maker Fosun. With a joint venture with Kite in place, the Shanghai conglomerate is looking to accelerate CAR-T development in China despite approval pathway uncertainty.

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