Drugmakers in China take aim at pharma’s lucrative cancer fighters

Checkpoint inhibitors have become blockbuster drugs in recent years, but now face new rivals developed in China.


A coming wave of Chinese cancer drugs could provide patients with cheaper alternatives to some celebrated and costly therapies, but gaining traction will mean going up against some of the global pharmaceutical industry’s most lucrative and well-protected franchises.

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