UPDATED: Bayer continues its cell and gene therapy push, enveloping different projects under one strategic roof while hunting new deals – Endpoints…

Posted: December 3, 2020 at 2:57 pm

Six years after Merck and Bristol Myers Squibb captured the attention of the oncology world with the first approval of their PD-1 drugs Keytruda and Opdivo, sales revenue has started to level off after a host of rivals joined the hunt for new OKs for metastatic conditions, where the FDA has proven quick to act.

But a key analyst covering biopharma believes that theres a vast, still largely untapped frontier for new approvals to come in the adjuvant setting that could once again ignite the growth of these leading cancer franchises. And once again, hes pointing to the 2 leaders in the field as the most likely players to come out ahead way, way ahead.

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