Enthusiasm For US Biosimilars Wanes For Some, But Not Others
Three years after the first biosimilar launched in the US, the market has failed to deliver notable return on investments. Some players like Mylan are going public with frustrations over market barriers, while others, like Amgen, say they are encouraged by steady progress. Teva, however, is limiting its investment in biosimilars.
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