Mylan Is Only Just Beginning Its Biosimilars Journey
Says 2020 Will Be ‘Year Of Expansion’ For Biosimilars Program
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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Mylan and Lupin have revealed when they expect to launch their etanercept biosimilar, Nepexto, in Europe after receiving formal European Commission approval.
Mylan says it is now ready to launch its Semglee insulin glargine rival to Sanofi’s Lantus in the US upon FDA approval, after removing the final intellectual-property barriers by way of a favorable inter partes review decision.
Biocon is actively expanding its biosimilars manufacturing capacity with an aim to further penetrate EU markets after receiving a GMP approval for a key manufacturing site. The company has ramped up production for trastuzumab and pegfilgrastim, while awaiting approval for bevacizumab.