Among the four subtypes of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (NHL), diffuse large B-cell lymphoma DLBCL is the most common in China. Rituximab (Roche’s MabThera, biosimilars) continues to dominate China’s NHL market owing to a favorable and well-established clinical profile, particularly as part of the R-CHOP chemotherapy regimen. However, rituximab’s market dominance is likely to be challenged by novel, emerging targeted therapies that we expect will launch in a few years. The launch of these therapies will allow the Chinese non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (NHL) market to grow significantly during the forecast period, despite the launch of cost-effective biosimilars and generics of rituximab and lenalidomide, respectively, starting in 2019. The high unmet need for effective targeted therapies for NHL in China presents a commercial opportunity for developers. Additionally, the ongoing reforms in the regulatory and access and reimbursement landscape of China will encourage multinational corporations (MNCs) to enter the market.
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