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Akriti Seth

Senior Reporter

London, UK
As a correspondent for Channel NewsAsia, Singapore and for India Technology News, Akriti has covered a wide range of subject-matter including politics, economics and technology for a B2B audience. She has also gained experience working for Bloomberg TV India and Mid-Day Mumbai. Akriti is a graduate of the University of Mumbai and holds a masters from Mumbai's Xavier Institute of Communications. Most recently she has worked as a freelance journalist in London, where she is now based, having lived there for the past two years. She enjoys photography and blogging.

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Celltrion Recovers With High-Margin US Sales

South Korea’s Celltrion has delivered a strong second quarter on the back of high-margin US sales, as its Truxima rituximab biosimilar recovered. The company is on track to launch at least one biosimilar every year by 2030. Meanwhile, the company and partner Icure have filed a donepezil patch with the Korean Ministry of Food and Drug Safety.

Biosimilars Strategy

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The American Academy of Ophthalmology has criticized healthcare insurers for pushing bevacizumab biosimilar alternatives to Avastin, like Pfizer’s Zirabev and Amgen’s Mvasi, that have not been subjected to clinical trials in eye disease or testing for retinal toxicity.

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