BIOCAD’s rituximab biosimilar to receive MA soon in India

04.07.2017

BIOCAD’s rituximab biosimilar to receive MA soon in India

 On 20th of June 2017, the Central Drugs Standard Control Organization (CDSCO) has recommended Acellbia, the first rituximab biosimilar made in Russia, for approval in India.  In August 2017, BIOCAD will receive permanent market authorization in India, which represents a strategic milestone for BIOCAD’s international expansion.

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BIOCAD keeps on supplying its medicine for blood cancer treatment in Vietnam

30.03.2017

BIOCAD keeps on supplying its medicine for blood cancer treatment in Vietnam

In March BIOCAD biotechnology company was granted access to supply highly demanded medicine - rituximab biosimilar to Vietnam for a second time. It means that BIOCAD partners will continue to supply local hospitals with the Russian product and patients will get access to affordable and effective treatment in Vietnam.     

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Innovative Russian drug product mobilizes human immune system to fight cancer

06.02.2017

Innovative Russian drug product mobilizes human immune system to fight cancer

Revolutionary Russian anti-cancer anti-PD1 medicine candidate has successfully ended pre-clinical animal trials, i.e. on primates. So far the product has demonstrated higher efficacy than the only two approved medicines acting  against the same therapeutic target – pembrolizumab from Merck and nivolumab from BMS. 

BIOCAD is now preparing for the first international multi-center clinical trials. Patients in Russia will be among the first to get access to the new generation therapy.  The medicine is expected to be available to patients as early as in 2018 or 2019.

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Advanced rheumatoid arthritis medicine developed in Russia

11.07.2016

Advanced rheumatoid arthritis medicine developed in Russia

Biotechnological company BIOCAD has developed innovative medicine for treatment of rheumatoid arthritis (RA), psoriatic arthritis (PsA) and other autoimmune diseases.

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Patients received no cancer medicines because of unfair competition from Hoffmann-La Roche in Sri Lanka

11.07.2016

Patients received no cancer medicines because of unfair competition from Hoffmann-La Roche in Sri Lanka

Due to unsubstantiated, frivolous claims by Swiss drug-maker F. Hoffmann-La Roche, Ltd. in a desperate attempt to cease the distribution of the Russian-made anti-tumor biosimilar products, as well as seeking to revoke BIOCAD’s product market authorization in Sri Lanka, cancer patients in this South-East country haven’t received the essential anti-cancer drugs trastuzumab and bevacizumab in time. After a series of hearings, in late June the Court of Appeals of Sri Lanka finally dismissed the claims from the Swiss originator and terminated interim in relief

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