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Incyte, Hengrui In 'Biggest Ever' China Pharma Out-Licensing Deal

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Executive Summary

In an alliance that illustrates the growing attractiveness of rising innovative R&D capabilities at selected Chinese pharma firms, the US oncology-focused company Incyte Corp. has acquired development and commercialization rights in most global markets to SHR-1210, a PD-1-targeting antibody developed by Jiangsu Hengrui Medicine Co. Ltd.

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