Go to the "Pegasus" Website for peg interferon Alfa-2a. Go to the very bottom of the page. It states that this site is for USA but then it gives a link
To click on to the right. It's for outside the USA. I would start there.
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Yes.. peginterferon alfa-2a is available in all major cities across India, including Mumbai. A few months back, Roche stopped the supply of Pegasys in India and has launched it with a new brand name, Exxura. I think this is to make it available at a lower price in India. So, you can check for Exxura from Roche.
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