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Biocon Eyes 'Foothold To Stronghold' For (b)Humira In US, Pauses RH-Insulin Program

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Biocon sees some wins for biosimilar adalimumab in the US and signals more opportunities amid the slower than anticipated build-out for Humira rivals. Chinese competition looms for glargine, but the Indian company declares it “will be competitive if these folks launch.”

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