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Exclusivity For Biologics, Drugs Should Be The Same After All, Grabowski Says

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Duke University economics professor Henry Grabowski and his colleagues suggest the Hatch-Waxman statute be revised to mirror biosimilars legislation and provide 12 years of market exclusivity.

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