Accord Backed In EU For Trastuzumab And Apixaban
Part Of May Meeting of EMA’s CHMP
Accord Healthcare is looking to breaking into the crowded market for biosimilar trastuzumab in the EU, after partner Henlius’ application was backed by the EMA’s CHMP. Meanwhile, a recommendation for a generic to the Eliquis anticoagulant was also forthcoming from the committee.
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