Keeping An Eye On Regeneron: What's Next To Drive Growth
Regeneron is looking to expansion of Eylea to diabetic retinopathy and Dupixent to asthma and other indications to drive mid-term growth. The firm is poised to file a PD-1 inhibitor with FDA in Q1.
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