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Regeneron Predicts Impending Biosimilar Lucentis Impact On Eylea Brand

Samsung Bioepis Tipped For US Ranibizumab Biosimilar Approval Soon

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Regeneron Pharmaceuticals has spoken out on the implication of impending competition to Lucentis for its rival product Eylea, as the market for biosimilar Lucentis looks to form by the close of this year.

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