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After The Anti-TNFs, What’s Next In Autoimmune Disease?

Executive Summary

With the threat of biosimilars looming closer, the leaders in autoimmune disease are scrambling to bring novel drugs to market and extend their dominance beyond the anti-TNF class. But toppling the anti-TNFs’ reign won’t be easy, especially if cheaper biosimilar copies reach the market.

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