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Formycon Reveals Keytruda Biosimilar In The Works

A Formulation Patent Is Pending While Manufacturing Capacity Has Been Secured

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Formycon has revealed that pembrolizumab is one of its six biosimilars in development. The blockbuster reference biologic Keytruda brought in $17.2bn for Merck & Co. in 2021.

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