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BeiGene announces positive phase 3 trial results for liver cancer treatment

BeiGene announces positive phase 3 trial results for liver cancer treatment

There were more than 900, 000 new cases in 2020 of the most common type of primary liver cancer – unresectable hepatocellular carcinoma. ... Japan. Last month, Novartis announced positive results from a phase 3 trial showing tislelizumab plus

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    The company’s biggest play last year was licensing Daiichi Sankyo’s cancer candidate trastuzumab deruxtecan for an eyewatering. ... Other important read-outs in first-line kidney, oesophageal and gastric cancer are also due this year, as well as

  • Chinese biotech’s global ambitions Chinese biotech’s global ambitions

    has just achieved a landmark approval in China for its own ‘home-grown’ cancer medicine. ... Tislelizumab is in global phase III trials in a number of tumour types, including non-small cell lung cancer, hepatocellular carcinoma and oesophageal

  • Deal Watch March 2016 Deal Watch March 2016

    Acquisition of royalty rights. $1, 140. Blueprint Medicines/ Roche. Small molecules targeting kinases for cancer immunotherapy. ... Collaboration – marketing &distribution. $171. AVEO Oncology/ CANbridge Life Sciences. AV-203; ErbB3 (HER3) inhibitory

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