Almirall On Alert As Lebrikizumab Approval Date Approaches
As Dermatology Sales Climb In Q1
The Barcelona-based group is confident that Lilly-partnered lebrikizumab has the potential to become a best-in-class treatment for atopic dermatitis and take market share from Sanofi’s blockbuster Dupixent.
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