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Suzhou's Tot Biopharm completed a $66.5 million IPO on the Hong Kong Exchange to support development of its novel and biosimilar cancer drugs. Tot's portfolio consists of seven biological and five chemical candidates, all but one of them developed in-house. Its products include mAbs, antibody drug conjugates (ADCs), oncolytic virus products and specialty oncology drugs such as liposome drugs. Tot's lead product is an Avastin biosimilar that is expected to launch in late 2020 or early 2021. More details....
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