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Formycon Chief Sees COVID-19 Boosting Biosimilars

As Firm Offers Pipeline Update Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Executive Summary

Formycon’s CEO has offered the latest indication that the coronavirus outbreak could provide a tailwind for biosimilars, as the firm gave an update on its biosimilars pipeline – including ranibizumab, ustekinumab, aflibercept and an undisclosed molecule, as well as other unrevealed projects – and how it has been affected by the pandemic.

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