Yuhan Strikes Long-Awaited Lung Cancer Deal Through Huge Janssen Alliance
Yuhan inks long-awaited, major global license agreement for its novel third-generation EGFR TKI with Janssen, in a $1.2bn deal poised to boost the South Korean firm's ongoing R&D efforts in key therapeutic areas, while Janssen will further beef up its oncology portfolio. But competition with entrenched rival Tagrisso awaits.
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