ZURICH/ LONDON, Sept 3- Novartis kicked off a new era in U.S. medicine on Thursday with the launch of the first "biosimilar" copy of a biotechnology drug approved in the United States, following a green light from a U.S. appeals court. Novartis unit Sandoz said Zarxio, its form of Amgen's white blood cell-boosting product Neupogen, would increase access to an important...» Read More
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