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Against a backdrop of continued outcry over insulin costs in the US and the looming FDA-imposed transition of insulins to biologic status in early 2020, legislators and manufacturers alike are still lobbying for alternative approaches to the essential diabetes treatment.
Biocon and Evotec have struck a licensing deal that will allow Biocon to expand its current basket of biosimilars beyond diabetes, oncology and immunology, in exchange for licensing and milestone payments to Evotec.
India’s Biocon has promised to cut by 50% the cost of recombinant human insulin to 10 cents a day in low- and middle-income nations to help make the life-saving medication “universally accessible.”
Immediately upon reimbursement listing, Mylan has launched in Australia the insulin glargine biosimilar that it co-developed with India’s Biocon.
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