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Dr Reddy's Rituximab Build-Up And Going Beyond The Pill

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Nine years after the launch of its biosimilar rituximab in India, Dr Reddy's Laboratories (DRL) claims a tenfold increase in the number of patients treated with the monoclonal antibody. M V Ramana, DRL's executive vice president and head branded markets (India and emerging countries) tells Scrip about his plans for the product in Russia and elsewhere and the firm's thrust on delivering care beyond the pill.

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