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US Drug Shortages Aid Aurobindo’s Q4 Growth, Decentralized Trials On For Xolair Biosimilar

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Executive Summary

Drug shortages, stable prices and a demand recovery in the US helped drive Aurobindo’s growth in Q4. Meanwhile, the company is developing a biosimilar to Roche/Novartis’s multi-billion product Xolair. Use of decentralized mode for its Phase III trials is a notable aspect.

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