CDK4/6 Inhibitor Market Snapshot: New Drugs Jockey For A Piece Of The Multi-Billion Dollar Pie
Pfizer's Ibrance has a strong lead in the CDK4/6 space, but Novartis' Kisqali and Lilly's Verzenio are looking to carve out their own niches, expand the category and move into earlier treatment settings. Another scramble is on as well, to answer the question: what comes next?
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