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Let The Games Begin: Celltrion Sets Sights On Global Markets After Approval Of Remicade Biosimilar In Korea

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

In addition to Remicade, Celltrion has seven other biosimilars in development, including versions of Roche’s MabThera and Herceptin.

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