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Fresenius Kabi Makes Progress On Tocilizumab

Reports Positive Phase I Results For Actemra/Ro-Actemra Biosimilar

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Fresenius Kabi has reported positive Phase I data for its MSB11456 proposed tocilizumab biosimilar rival to Actemra/Ro-Actemra, against the backdrop of shortages for the brand which is being used in some regions to treat COVID-19.

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