Coherus Queries Higher Dose Aflibercept Amid Biosimilar Eylea Deal
Potential For More Ophthalmology Products With ‘Additional Bandwidth’
Coherus BioSciences is feeling bullish about its potential in the biosimilar ophthalmology space after agreeing to bring on board a biosimilar Eylea (aflibercept) candidate, with an eye on launching potentially in 2025.
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