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Xbrane enlists CR on Chinese ranibizumab

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Sweden’s Xbrane Biopharma plans to bring its biosimilar ranibizumab, Xlucane, to the Chinese market through a partnership with local firm CR Pharma, the companies have revealed following the signing of a “non-binding letter of intent”. Announcing the partnership, CR Pharma said it would be responsible for registering and marketing the biosimilar in China, as well as conducting any necessary clinical research.

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