Amneal Scores Second US Biosimilar Approval With Avastin Rival
Alymsys Bevacizumab With mAbxience Is Second Of Three Expected Nods This Year
Amneal has received approval for its second US biosimilar in the form of the mAbxience-developed Alymsys rival to Avastin. The product represents just the third biosimilar version of bevacizumab to be approved in the US.
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