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Regeneron Emphasizes Pipeline Promise As Eylea Pricing Pressure Builds

Executive Summary

Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. executives emphasized the blockbuster potential of product candidates in the company's late-stage research and development pipeline on Aug. 4, while noting that the top-selling biologic Eylea (aflibercept) is facing increased reimbursement and competitive pressures.


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