Lilly And Innovent’s Rituximab Gets Chinese Nod
Companies Continue To Collaborate On Oncology Biologics
Eli Lilly and Chinese biotech specialist Innovent Biologics have received approval in China for their biosimilar rituximab, Halpryza. The companies are continuing to co-develop and commercialize other oncology medicines for the Chinese market.
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