Celltrion Will Market Subcutaneous Remsima Directly After EU Nod
Celltrion has set out plans to market directly its subcutaneous version of infliximab in Europe. The firm has just received a nod that sets the stage for approval across the EU, albeit with more limited indications than the existing intravenous version.
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