'Affordable' Russian Rituximab Biosimilar On Course In India
Biocad’s biosimilar rituximab appears headed for an Indian debut amid significant competition but the Russian firm appears confident that its “full-cycle production” will give it an edge and also facilitate a flexible pricing policy.
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