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Amgen Seeks U.K. Ban On Biosimilar Interchangeability With Innovator Product

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Amgen has won the support of several U.K. legislators who are advocating a ban on the automatic substitution of innovator biopharmaceuticals, but it appears unlikely the British government will impose such a prohibition

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