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Strides Targets $200m-$400m From Injectables

Biosimilars In Development Include Insulin Glargine And Lispro

Executive Summary

Strides has set a sales target of $200m-$400m for Stelis’ generic injectables business in two to four years as part of its plan to reach $800m in total revenues in four years. Meanwhile, Stelis’ Rh-teriparatide for osteoporosis and sodium hyaluronate for osteoarthritis await Phase III incremental studies in the US.

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