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Jung Won Shin

Senior Editor

Seoul, South Korea

Jung Won focuses on coverage of all aspects of news in the Korean pharma and biotech industry as well as for regulatory matters. She covers major pharma and biotech conferences in Korea as well as interviewing key opinion leaders. She also handles a regular Korean language podcast on Scrip/Pink Sheet stories. She has worked previously for Dow Jones Newswires, covering various industry sectors and the economy.

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Positive new and updated data at ASCO for Rybrevant plus lazertinib could position the combo more strongly against Tagrisso in the first-line treatment of high-risk, EGFR-mutated non-small lung cancer. 

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Glitch For HLB/Hengrui’s Liver Cancer Combo After US CRL

The US approval of HLB and Hengrui’s liver cancer combination therapy looks set to be delayed after the FDA issues a CRL related mainly to CMC data, but the two companies appear positive on a quick resolution to the setback given a lack of other efficacy or safety concerns.

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Korea’s Clinical Trial Approvals Up 10%, But Still Below Pandemic Peak

South Korea’s clinical trial approvals rebounded in 2023, but remained lower than the peak levels in 2020-21 amid then robust R&D activity related to COVID-19. Last year's tally showed a mix of single-country and multinational trials and reflected the ongoing dominance of oncology in industry pipelines.

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As South Korea's doctors continue their long-running protest against a government plan to raise the medical student quota at universities, the walk-outs may be beginning to take a toll on the pharma industry, with many large firms reporting weak earnings in the last quarter.

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