Remsima sales in the U.S. hit record in 2021

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Remsima sales in the U.S. hit record in 2021

Sales of Remsima by Celltrion reached an all-time high last year in the United States, the company said Monday.
Sales of the biosimilar drug to treat autoimmune diseases jumped 13 percent on-year to $385 million in 2021, Celltrion Healthcare said, citing industry data.
Remsima references Janssen Biotech's Remicade and is effective in treating various diseases, from rheumatoid arthritis to Crohn’s disease.
Pfizer markets the biosimilar drug under the name Inflectra in the U.S. market.
Remsima’s market shares in the U.S. came to 22.3 percent, trailing Remicade with 67.2 percent during the fourth quarter of last year, according to Celltrion Healthcare.
Sales of Remicade nearly halved over the last five years, plummeting from $4.5 billion in 2017 to $2 billion in 2021 following the launch of Remsima in the fourth quarter of 2016.

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