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Celltrion Keeps Pace With Ustekinumab Rivals

Moves CT-P43 Stelara Biosimilar Into Phase III Trials

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Celltrion is looking to keep its ustekinumab biosimilar program in step with those of rival developers, after announcing the start of Phase III trials for its CT-P43 candidate.

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