Biocon And International Diabetes Federation Promote Insulin Access
Biocon Biologics Becomes First Biosimilars Company To Support IDF’s Core Mission
Biocon Biologics has become the first biosimilar insulins company to partner with the International Diabetes Federation to help increase affordable access to insulin worldwide. The partnership was sealed at the start of centenary celebrations of the discovery of insulin.
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