Amgen Builds Up Future Launches As Oncology Biosimilars Slide
Firm Looks To Amjevita, Along With Stelara And Eylea Rivals, For Future Growth
Amgen’s biosimilars sales are on the decline, largely due to erosion of its oncology portfolio. However, the debut of first US Humira rival Amjevita, along with planned versions of Stelara and Eylea, are expected to push the segment back into growth.
You may also be interested in...
Pfizer Quietly Chalks Up Another $2bn Year For Biosimilars
Despite annual sales that topped out at more than $2bn, Pfizer remains tight-lipped about its biosimilars interests as it looks towards a US launch this year of its Abrilada rival to Humira.
Amgen Sued On US Stelara Biosimilar After Providing May 2023 Intent
With Janssen’s Stelara set to lose its exclusivity in September 2023, the originator is looking to ward off potential biosimilar competition from Amgen by suing the firm for patent infringement in a US district court.
AAM Departures Lead To Change Of Chair For IGBA
The AAM has confirmed the departure of three executives, one of whom had also been serving as chair of the IGBA. As a result, the global generics industry association has brought in a new interim chair, at the same time as the head of one of the industry’s largest players has joined its CEO Advisory Committee.