Chinese Biotechs Reshuffle Pipeline, Cut Headcount To Stay Afloat
Two bioventures in China have jettisoned immuno-oncology assets, including PD-1/L1- and CD47-targeting agents, while four other firms have disclosed shifts in R&D priorities and employee lay-offs as they deal with challenging conditions.
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