FDA approves an unbranded version of megablockbuster Humira, but AbbVie says it won't 'currently' launch
Late last week, the FDA approved an sBLA for unbranded labeling for AbbVie’s megablockbuster Humira (adalimumab), opening the door for a potential new way to continue to hold onto the tens of billions of dollars it pulls in every year from sales of the medication. The push comes as the Chicago-based company is now facing competition from as many as nine FDA-approved adalimumab biosimilars and interchangeable biosimilars.
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