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Novel Biologics Will Get Suffixes (Or At Least One Did)

Executive Summary

US FDA's approval of Ultragenyx's Mepsevii (vestronidase alfa-vjbk) marks first novel biologic with a suffix, but 10 months after release of the naming guidance how – and even how widely – FDA will implement the policy remains uncertain.


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