AbbVie Focuses On Humira’s Formulary Positioning Ahead Of Biosimilars
A year out from the US patent expiration for top-seller Humira, AbbVie is negotiating for formulary position alongside biosimilars. Analysts said success there could delay some patent cliff pain until 2024.
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