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Samsung Bioepis Is Latest To Move Ustekinumab Into Phase III

Joins A Slew Of Other Biosimilar Developers Jostling For Position On Stelara

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Samsung Bioepis has become the latest firm to move an ustekinumab biosimilar into Phase III trials, with the firm’s SB17 proposed Stelara rival kicking off a study in plaque psoriasis patients.

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