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Merck Eyes Emerging Biosimilars Market In Japan

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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Merck is the latest major drug maker to leap into the Japanese generics foray, as the Whitehouse Station, NJ-based company announced plans to launch its first biosimilar drug for anemia in Japan as early as 2012

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