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With Biocon Deal, Pfizer Expects To Gain First Mover Advantage In Global Biosimilar Insulin Market

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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MUMBAI - Months of widespread speculation over a likely deal between Pfizer and India's biotechnology flag-bearer Biocon finally came true as the two companies announced a comprehensive global commercialization pact to bring to market a range of insulins including analogs like glargine, aspart and lispro

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