Amgen Sees Acceleration In US Biosimilars Market
Landscape Is ‘Advancing Faster Than EU During A Comparable Period’, Report Indicates
The US marketplace for biosimilars is accelerating faster than the EU at a similar point in its existence, based on approval rates, Amgen has observed in a preview of its 2022 trends in biosimilars report that also offers new data on pricing and uptake.
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