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Roche Feels Lucentis Market Could Move On Before Biosimilars Debut

Two New Ophthalmology Products Will Challenge Biosimilars, Roche Believes

Executive Summary

Roche upended expectations for biosimilar Lucentis (ranibizumab) in the US, with a recent licensing deal signed with biosimilar sponsor Samsung Bioepis keeping the first proposed rival from the market until June 2022. The originator is also confident its pipeline assets will stem competition.

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