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Sandoz Climbs 'Pyramid' To Reach Biosimilar Success

Executive Summary

Biosimilars have turned drug development 'upside down,' where analytical confirmation outweighs clinical – a paradigm shift that must not only be embraced by the biopharmaceutical industry, but the prescribing community if US market for those products is going to be successful.

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