Lessons From The First Biosimilar MAb Launch In Europe
Physicians appear more willing to prescribe Hospira’s Inflectra, a biosimilar version of J&J’s Remicade, to new patients in countries in Europe where it is available, but less inclined to switch patients already taking the brand. The company’s experience in Europe could offer lessons for manufacturers looking to bring biosimilars to market in the US.
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