Biosimilars create
competition for change

The rising cost of treatment continues to remain
at the forefront of physician and patient concerns.

Biosimilars offer choice

Biosimilars can drive down the cost of care while delivering quality treatment to those who need it. As high-value biosimilar competition continues to enter the market, providers are realizing the power of choice.

  • Projected annual savings from biosimilars alone are expected to top $60 billion in 2023 for a 5-year total of $153 billion1
  • Savings will benefit a range of stakeholders in the short term, with patients, payers, and the healthcare system seeing potential long-term benefits1

Coherus BioSciences was established in 2010 with the mission to improve patient access to high-quality biologics for life-altering diseases by leveraging the biosimilar regulatory pathway.

Benefits of biosimilars

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  • Provides a choice that has the potential to lower the financial burden
  • May help increase patient access
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  • Helps decrease overall financial burden
  • Increases access to treatment options
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  • Offsets the burden of increasing healthcare costs in areas such as oncology
  • Potential savings due to more treatment choices and increased competition
  • May free up resources for other important aspects of healthcare

The need for UDENYCA®

Lack of competition enabled cost increases. Wholesale acquisition cost (WAC)
of Neulasta® (pegfilgrastim) has more than doubled since 2006.3

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Patients and payers share the cost burden
Although Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and insurers have taken on a greater share of the increasing costs, patients also share in this cost burden through larger co-pay and co-insurance premiums. Increasing costs reduce access for patients who may have difficulties paying for supportive care.4
UDENYCA® offers a choice
Availability of a biosimilar introduces competition and helps control costs while delivering quality supportive care to patients who need it.5

UDENYCA® offers significant cost
for your practice6

Wholesale acquisition cost (WAC)*

UDENYCA® delivers high-quality treatment and the reliable outcomes you expect with Neulasta®, but with 35% cost savings per dose.*6

UDENYCA® was confirmed
to be highly similar to
Neulasta®, with no clinically
meaningful differences

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* Based on WAC. WAC does not necessarily reflect actual prices paid by consumers, pharmacies, or third-party payers. UDENYCA® WAC of $4175 per prefilled syringe vs Neulasta® WAC of $6417 per prefilled syringe.

References: 1. Biosimilars market is ripe for cost savings. The Center for Biosimilars. Published June 27, 2019. Accessed April 27, 2023. 2. Biosimilars: a safe & effective option for patients. The Biosimilars Council. Updated January 2018. Accessed April 27, 2023. 3. US Bureau of Labor Statistics. Medi-Span Price Rx, 2022. 4. Meropol NJ, Schulman KA. Cost of cancer care: issues and implications. J Clin Oncol. 2007;25(2):180-186. 5. Biosimilar and Interchangeable Products. United States Food and Drug Administration. Published October 12, 2021. Accessed April 27, 2023. 6. Data on file. Coherus BioSciences, Inc.; 2022 7. Data on file. Coherus BioSciences, Inc.; 2023. 8. UDENYCA® (pegfilgrastim-cbqv) Prescribing Information. Redwood City, CA: Coherus BioSciences, Inc.; 2023. 9. Neulasta® (pegfilgrastim) Prescribing Information. Thousand Oaks, CA: Amgen Inc.; 2021.