First Generic Of Gilead’s Biktarvy In India Debuts
Hetero launches cut-price version of Gilead’s Biktarvy in India but 20 other India-based firms also hold licenses for the product. Gilead is entitled to a “modest royalty” on products produced under the voluntary license.
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