Biosimilar Antibody-Drug Conjugates? Pfizer Isn’t Banking On It
‘The Regulatory Path Has To Be Determined. It Doesn’t Exist Today’
Pfizer’s $43bn agreement to acquire Seagen would layer its portfolio and pipeline with vastly complex antibody-drug conjugates – a class of drug that execs feel might be almost immune to biosimilar competition. Generic firms’ history of frustration with ADCs suggests they may be right.
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