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Keeping Up With Lucentis: Regeneron’s Eylea Adds Diabetic Retinopathy Claim

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FDA approval of supplemental indication for aflibercept brings intravitreal injection’s label in line with that of Genentech’s ranibizumab; Eylea’s dosing advantage and positive data from a recent head-to-head study are likely to put more pressure on Lucentis sales.

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