It took a 3-year struggle, but Novartis finally gets a green light on their copycat to Amgen's big blockbuster
Over three years after the first rejection and less than three months after the last one, Novartis has finally earned FDA approval for its biosimilar to Amgen’s $4 billion cancer drug Neulasta. And they’re calling it Ziextenzo.
Unlike the 2016 and 2019 rejections — both of which the Swiss giant tucked in as a line item on a quarterly report — Novartis announced the approval in a statement Tuesday morning.
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