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Sandoz Egypt Partners Up To Launch Rituximab Biosimilar

Projected Savings For NHL Estimated At 40%

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Sandoz’ operation in Egypt has banded together with the Egyptian Cancer Society to introduce the firm’s biosimilar to Roche’s Rituxan/MabThera, three years after Hikma in-licensed a rituximab biosimilar from Celltrion.

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