Celltrion Sets Out Plans To Trial Coronavirus Treatments
Also Expects To Supply UK With Rapid Antibody Tests In Q2
In an exclusive interview with Generics Bulletin, Celltrion Healthcare’s UK commercial director, Matt Eddleston, has set out the firm’s plans to roll out an antibody test and trial two antiviral treatments for COVID-19. Meanwhile, the company’s recently-launched subcutaneous version of biosimilar infliximab, Remsima SC, is helping to free up hospital space in the UK by allowing treatment to be moved out of that setting as the coronavirus pandemic progresses.
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