Celltrion Takes Trio Of GGB Awards In Milan
As Sandoz And Dr Reddy’s Also Take Home Two Awards Each
Celltrion has taken home three awards while Sandoz and Dr Reddy’s have walked away with two prizes each, after winners were announced at the Global Generics & Biosimilars Awards 2021, held in Milan, Italy, on 10 November.
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