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Celltrion Keeps Pace With Ustekinumab Rivals

Moves CT-P43 Stelara Biosimilar Into Phase III Trials

Executive Summary

Celltrion is looking to keep its ustekinumab biosimilar program in step with those of rival developers, after announcing the start of Phase III trials for its CT-P43 candidate.

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