Pfizer Will Not Launch EU Adalimumab
Despite Expected Imminent Approval For Amsparity Biosimilar To Humira
Pfizer has announced that it does not plan to market its Amsparity adalimumab biosimilar in Europe despite it having been endorsed by the EMA in December and being in line for an imminent approval from the European Commission.
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