With 2 pioneering PD-1s lording it over the 6 approved checkpoints in its class, what difference can 1 more make?
The executive team at BeiGene is glad you asked.
On Monday, the Chinese biotech posted some remarkable results for their pivotal study aimed at gaining a quick OK in China for their PD-1 tislelizumab in treatment-resistant classical Hodgkin’s lymphoma. And they’re taking their best shot at making a case in San Diego that this one could be significantly better than its many rivals.
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