Alvotech Makes It Four With Denosumab Trial
Study Begins For Firm’s AVT03 Proposed Prolia/Xgeva Biosimilar
Alvotech has begun its fourth biosimilar clinical trial program, announcing the start of studies for its AVT03 proposed denosumab rival to Prolia/Xgeva.
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