Sandoz Is Satisfied With US Pegfilgrastim Start
Promising Initial Signs For Ziextenzo
Initial market signals from Sandoz’ US launch of its Ziextenzo pegfilgrastim biosimilar are promising, global Biopharmaceuticals head Pierre Bourdage told Generics Bulletin.
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Sandoz sees key opportunities ahead in both the US and Canadian biosimilars markets, the firm’s US vice-president for marketing, market access and patient services, Sheila Frame, tells Generics Bulletin in the second part of an exclusive interview.
Sandoz has published the results of two studies involving the company’s pegfilgrastim biosimilar and glatiramer acetate generic. For the former, Sandoz observed cost savings could run eventually to tens of millions of dollars per year with patient conversion and expanded access.