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Henlius Partners With Getz To Commercialize Adalimumab Biosimilar

Companies Plan To Cover 11 Emerging Markets In Asia, Africa And Europe

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Henlius and Getz Pharma have partnered to commercialize Henlius’ adalimumab biosimilar in 11 emerging markets in Asia, Africa and Europe.

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