Sun Wants To Join The Biosimilars Party, In Time
India's Sun Pharma is to foray into biosimilars, targeting first approval status for “third wave” products. It trails several peers and the changed stance comes as biosimilars gain traction in markets including the US, where experts have predicted a “coming out party” in the next few years.
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