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Boehringer Accelerates Adalimumab Dual Pricing Strategy With 81% Discount

Adds Deep-Discounted Unbranded Version Of Cyltezo Biosimilar Rival To Humira In The US

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Boehringer Ingelheim says it is pushing ahead with an earlier than expected launch of a deep-discounted unbranded version of its Cyltezo adalimumab biosimilar in the US, as it looks to compete with other Humira rivals.

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