Biocon Insulin Aspart US Opportunity: 'Not Completely Lost But Not The Best Situation'
Biocon may not be able to make it to the current contracting cycle in the US for its Viatris-partnered biosimilar aspart, but all is not lost, the management indicates. The Indian firm is also buoyant about the prospects of taking its franchise of potentially interchangeable recombinant human insulin to the US.
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