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Coherus Promises ‘Compelling Value Proposition’ After US Adalimumab Approval

Yusimry Biosimilar To Humira Set For 1 July 2023 Launch, After Multiple Rivals

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As the likely dynamics for US biosimilar competition to Humira come into sharper focus, Coherus has promised that its mid-2023 market entry with its just-approved Yusimry version will be accompanied by a “compelling value proposition,” months after rival Amgen’s biosimilar is expected to launch and around the same time as multiple other rivals are expected to hit the market.

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