Greater Acceptance Of Extrapolation & Switching Boosts Biosimilars But Barriers Remain, Says Sandoz Exec
The biosimilars market is being boosted as physicians become more accepting of biosimilar switching and more willing to prescribe biosimilars on the basis of extrapolation of indications,. However, barriers – including misinformation – remain, as Carol Lynch, president of Sandoz US and chair of the biosimilar medicines group at Medicines for Europe, tells the Pink Sheet.
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