FDA’s Greatest Biosimilar Impact May Be Interchangeability Policy, Sandoz Says
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
As the agency and stakeholders gear up for public hearing, Sandoz argues that since Europe has not addressed interchangeability, FDA could step to the forefront by focusing on it as part of implementing the U.S. biosimilar pathway.
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