EMA Prepares For Biosimilar Reference Data From Non-EU Sources; U.S. Input Vital
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
The EMA is preparing to accept data from non-EU sourced reference products for biosimilars, but suggests U.S. co-operation is essential to boost global development.
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