Gedeon Richter Plc.
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Polyhexanide, from SIFI, could become the first approved treatment for acanthamoeba keratitis, while aflibercept could become the first biosimilar version of Eylea in the EU.
Roche’s Vabysmo is likely to be cost saving, according to NICE, which has also issued recommendations on the use of the drugs Oxlumo, Tavneos, Libtayo, Tepmetko and Ryeqo.
Gedeon Richter is keeping a keen eye on further business development opportunities, including M&A. The company is also continuing to tackle the impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, observing that “there’s still not very much clarity on how the situation will evolve.”
The European Medicines Agency has delivered its verdict on the latest medicines it believes should be approved for marketing in the EU. By contrast, it has given the thumbs down to one biosimilar anticancer drug and its duplicate.
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