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Celltrion Reveals Data As It Rolls Out Higher-Strength Adalimumab

Presents One-Year Data From Phase III Trial For Yuflyma Rival To Humira

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As it begins to roll out its Yuflyma higher-strength adalimumab biosimilar in Europe, Celltrion has reported positive one-year data from a Phase III trial for the 100mg/ml Humira rival.

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