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New Designations Set To Speed Hemlibra, CAR-T In China

RSV Antiviral Also Benefits

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China is set to grant priority reviews to major biologics from Roche, the first CAR-T therapy from Wuxi Juno, and breakthrough therapy designation to a pediatric respiratory antiviral from ArkBio.

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