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Celltrion Wins Korea Approval For Roche Herceptin Biosimilar

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Celltrion gains approval for its second monoclonal antibody biosimilar following a biosimilar of Johnson & Johnson’s Remicade. The approval marks the second entry of a Herceptin biosimilar and the first based on global clinical trials, but Roche believes it is adequately protected against the competition.

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