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Xbrane Expects Its Lucentis Rival To Capture A Quarter Of Volumes

Executive Summary

Xbrane, which has just kicked off a Phase III study for its Xlucane ranibizumab biosimilar to Lucentis, has set a target of ranibizumab generating annual sales of €350m within three years of launch, based on capturing a quarter of the Lucentis market by volume in both Europe and the US.

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