Henlius Has First ‘China-Developed’ Biosimilar Accepted For EMA Review
European regulators have accepted for review a marketing authorization application for the first ‘China-developed’ biosimilar, a version of Roche’s blockbuster breast-cancer drug Herceptin (trastuzumab) developed by Chinese biotech firm Henlius.
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