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Alvotech Eyes Canada Humira Launch As Celltrion Also Bags High-Strength Approval

Celltrion’s Yuflyma And Alvotech/JAMP’s Simlandi Approved By Health Canada

Executive Summary

The first biosimilar approval stemming from Alvotech’s collaboration with JAMP Pharma in Canada has arrived, with the firms’ Simlandi (adalimumab) biosimilar version of AbbVie’s higher-strength Humira. Celltrion has also announced an approval from Health Canada.

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