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Sandoz Ups Biosimilar Game With Alteogen Subcutaneous Tech Deal

Alteogen Comments Suggests Deal Worth Up To $145m

Executive Summary

Sandoz is eyeing development of up to three subcutaneous formulation biosimilars, which offer greater benefits to both patients and healthcare providers, via a technology agreement with Korean firm Alteogen.

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