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Biosimilar Remicade Will Pit Rising Cost Pressures Against Prescriber Caution

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If approved in Europe this year, as expected, Celltrion/Hospira’s biosimilar infliximab will provide a compelling test of whether and how quickly budgetary pressures can override physician caution. It will also set the stage for the $70 billion worth of copycat antibodies in development.

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