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Ireland Relaxes Biosimilar Switching Stance

However, Publication Of National Biosimilars Policy Is Still Awaited

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The Irish medicines regulator, the HPRA, is proposing to revamp its guidance on biosimilar medicines and to take a more flexible attitude to biosimilar interchangeability and switching. The guidance is expected to feed into a future national biosimilars policy.

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