Xbrane's first sales in 2017 will be of Spherotide: the first generic formulation of the prostate cancer therapy triptorelin (cancer sales about $380m). A SEK7m order is ready for shipment to Iran, once authorised. A Chinese deal worth SEK17m upfront, $8m total, may be signed in Q117. European partnering and launches are possible from 2019 after clinical trials. Xbrane (or a partner) may sell Xlucane, its low-cost biosimilar of Lucentis (2015 sales $3.6bn), in the US after 2021 and from 2022 in Europe.

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