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EU Acceptance Of Foreign Comparators For Biosimilar Applications Will Boost Industry

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The European Union has announced that it will accept a reference product for a biosimilar application from countries with robust regulatory systems and similar guidelines, a move that should significantly boost the domestic biosimilars industry.

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