Mylan Reveals FDA Goal Date For Bevacizumab
Mylan And Biocon Weighing Up A Third Biosimilar Launch
Mylan and Biocon's global development alliance has so far led to two biosimilar launches in the US. A filing for a biosimilar of Genentech's Avastin (bevacizumab) submitted by Mylan may soon bring a third.
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Despite having biosimilars of insulin glargine and etanercept that are expected to launch in the US and Europe respectively midway through this year, a biosimilar bevacizumab candidate filed in both regions, an in-development Botox rival still being considered and several other biosimilars already on the market around the world, Mylan insists that its biosimilars journey is just beginning.
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