Cut-Price Generics Set To Challenge Boehringer’s Nintedanib In India
Glenmark and Sun Pharma introduce nintedanib generics in India at a fraction of the innovator product’s price, vying for a share of the IPF market where pirfenidone currently holds sway.
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Boehringer Ingelheim’s sales were driven by Jardiance and Ofev in the first half of 2020, with contract manufacturing contributing with a 16% increase in sales; more details from the EMPEROR-Reduced Phase III study in heart failure are expected at this month’s European College of Cardiology meeting.
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