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Competitive Strategies Critical As EMA Decides On Kymriah And Yescarta

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With Novartis’s and Kite’s CAR T-cell therapies both expected to gain recommendations for pan-EU approval this week, discounts will need to be negotiated for these new treatments to reach the markets in Europe.

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