Korea’s Celltrion Looks To Help Patients Pay For Remicade Biosimilar
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Although the price of Celltrion’s biosimilar is lower than J&J’s Remicade, most patients will not be covered under Korea’s National Health Insurance.
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