Prestige And Pharmapark Add Bevacizumab To Russia Collaboration
Commercialization Agreement Signed In 2019 Over Herceptin Biosimilar
Russia’s Pharmapark has added Prestige BioPharma’s HD204 biosimilar bevacizumab product to the firms’ commercialization partnership, two years after kicking off the partnership with trastuzumab.
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