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Biosimilars: Adoption Of Global Reference Comparator Would Eliminate Bridging Studies

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Bridging studies conducted between local and foreign versions of the same reference product are redundant, costly and not scientifically necessary for biosimilar development, consultants Christopher Webster and Gillian Woollett write; authors suggest three criteria for global acceptance of a single comparator.

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