Coherus Confirms Filing Plans For Ranibizumab And Bevacizumab
Both Biosimilar Filings Have Experienced Delays
Coherus BioSciences aims to have four biosimilars on the market by 2023, including ranibizumab and bevacizumab for which it has provided updated timelines for planned US Food and Drug Administration filings.
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