Celltrion And Teva Catch Up On Canadian Trastuzumab
Celltrion and Teva have now received a Health Canada approval for their Herzuma trastuzumab biosimilar. However, notices of compliance have already been granted for rival biosimilars from Mylan and Pfizer.
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