Eight Oncology Drug Launches Expected In 2022 – Solid Tumors
In a series of articles, Scrip takes a look at some of the key novel products expected to reach the market in 2022 in a cross-section of therapy areas. Here, with input from Biomedtracker, are eight new oncology products to treat solid tumors that could make their market debuts next year.
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