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Can Zydus Cadila's Cut-Price Enzalutamide Shake Up Indian Market?

Nearly 90% Discount To Astellas/Pfizer’s Xtandi

Executive Summary

Cadila Healthcare has launched a generic version of Astellas/Pfizer’s prostate cancer therapy Xtandi in India at a sharp discount of 70-90% to existing brands and hopes the lower financial burden on patients will aid adherence.

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