Celltrion Wins Race For High-Concentration Adalimumab
Receives Positive CHMP Opinion For 100mg/ml Biosimilar To Humira
Celltrion expects to receive the world’s first approval for a high-concentration adalimumab biosimilar rival to Humira, after receiving a positive opinion from the EMA’s CHMP for its CT-P17 candidate.
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Alvotech and Stada are on the verge of gaining the world’s second ever approval for a higher-strength Humira biosimilar, after the EMA’s CHMP endorsed the firms’ adalimumab under the names Hukyndra and Libmyris at its September meeting.
South Korea’s Celltrion saw a double-digit jump in sales and operating profit in 2020 based on continued growth for its leading biosimilars. Meanwhile, the company is pursuing its strategy of developing at least one biosimilar annually.