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The Most Successful Oncology Launches Of A Decade

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Johnson & Johnson's Zytiga and Pfizer's Sutent generated the most cumulative sales from 2006-2017, while Bristol's Opidvo and Pfizer's Ibrance were the most successful launches, according to an analysis of cancer drug launches by Leerink. 

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