Roche's Phesgo Could Reduce Healthcare Costs In EU
Other EU Year-End Approvals In Peanut Allergies, HIV/AIDS
Roche’s Phesgo may lower healthcare costs in Europe for treating breast cancer following its approval by European Commission. Other just-approved products nearing the EU market are ViiV’s Vocabria, to be used with Janssen’s Rekambys/Edurant, as a long-acting injectable HIV therapy, and Aimmune’s peanut allergy therapy, Palforzia.
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