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Coherus BioSciences is feeling bullish about its potential in the biosimilar ophthalmology space after agreeing to bring on board a biosimilar Eylea (aflibercept) candidate, with an eye on launching potentially in 2025.
Having previously underlined that it would not tell the market the exact moment it filed its proposed biosimilar pegfilgrastim on-body injector device, Coherus BioSciences has now confirmed a filing was completed late last year.
Buoyed by the recent launch and leverage of its biosimilar ranibizumab biosimilar, Coherus BioSciences has brokered a deal with Klinge BioPharma/Formycon for the commercialization rights to the firms’ Eylea (aflibercept) biosimilar candidate
With the advent of 2023, comes the start of the industry’s next patent cliff, with five products that reached billions in sales at their peak set to lose US patent exclusivity during the year. Scrip takes a look into how the affected big pharma firms are preparing for anticipated market erosion and which generic and biosimilar companies are positioned to benefit the most.
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