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Essential Health Group President Angela Hwang, Biosimilars President Richard Blackburn and US Biosimilars General Manager John Kennedy discuss the early challenges Pfizer has faced with Inflectra and optimism for the US biosimilars market over the long term.
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If approved in the US, Samsung Bioepis' adalimumab biosimilar may launch June 30, 2023, five months after the market entry date for Amjevita under Amgen's agreement with AbbVie; the 150-day marketing advantage for the first biosimilar approved suggests a benchmark for future patent litigation settlements.
AbbVie, for the second time, has resolved a Humira patent dispute that protects the drug's US commercial exclusivity until 2023. The latest deal with Samsung Biopesis follows a similar agreement with Amgen, giving Amgen a five-month head start with its biosimilar.
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