Henlius Biotech’s heavily invested PD1 blockbuster Hansizhuang (Serpullimab) has been available for the treatment of high microsatellite instability (MSI-H) since it was launched in China in March 2022. It brought about RMB 80 million ($11.6 million) to the company in a month.
Such strong achievements have increased confidence in biotechnology and brought Merck & Co’s (NYSE: MRK) Keytruda (pembrolizumab) rival, as well as several other assets…
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