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Biosimilar Interchangeability: A Blessing Or A Curse?

As Industry Awaits First FDA Decision, Views Are Mixed On Interchangeability

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Biosimilar interchangeability is a hot topic in the US, with the first FDA decision on a formal interchangeability designation expected this month. But across the industry, views differ dramatically on the desirability and likely impact of this additional standard to biosimilarity.

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