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The Name Game: Will Innovators’ Latest Battlefront Kill Biosimilars?

This article was originally published in RPM Report

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Having lost the battle to prevent biosimilars reaching the market at all, innovators are now pushing for them to be stamped with unique international non-proprietary names. That could prove commercially fatal for copycat biologics.

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