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Celsion and Hisun Expand Immuno-Oncology Therapy Partnership In China

Executive Summary

Celsion plans to bring its first-line immune-oncology drug into clinical studies in China in 2018, with the help from its long-term local partner Zhejiang Hisun Pharmaceuticals. The partnership with Hisun serves multiple strategic purposes for lower costs and quicker approvals in the country where immunotherapeutics is becoming hot new category of cancer treatment.

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