GloriaBio's Zimberelimab Experience Indicative Of China Commercial IO Challenges
As of October 2022, China's GloriaBio had reached less than 25% of the annual sales volume expected for its anti-PD-1 antibody zimberelimab and was set to miss its full-year target, forcing a CNY423m ($62m) impairment provision and illustrating how immuno-oncology fortunes can fluctuate in the country.
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