Pfizer Launches US Bevacizumab At A 23% Discount
Zirabev Biosimilar Rival To Avastin Will Ship From Next Week
Pfizer is getting ready to ship its Zirabev biosimilar rival to Avastin in the US, at a price that represents a 23% discount to the brand and is also lower than the price for Amgen’s Mvasi biosimilar.
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Amneal says it has “officially entered the US biosimilar market” after introducing its Alymsys biosimilar bevacizumab rival to Avastin. The biosimilar launch represents the first of three expected for Amneal in 2022, following US FDA approvals earlier this year.
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