New Year Debut Of Another Biosimilar Humira In India
AbbVie may have managed to push back direct biosimilar competition to Humira (adalimumab) in the US by a few years, but 2018 has begun with the launch of yet another biosimilar of the blockbuster biologic in India. Hetero, the latest entrant, expects to maintain pricing parity with its peers on the domestic market.
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