Kanjinti and Mvasi Make ‘Solid Start’ In US
Amgen’s Global Biosimilars Annualizing At Around $700m
Launching its Kanjinti and Mvasi trastuzumab and bevacizumab biosimilars ‘at risk’ in July generated third-quarter sales of $81m for Amgen, contributing nearly half of global biosimilar turnover of $173m.
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