Biosimilar Regulation Headaches From Morocco To Pakistan
Delegates at the recent pre-ICDRA conference heard about the issues dogging the regulation of biosimilar medicines in the Eastern Mediterranean Region, including unfamiliarity with the comparability exercise and a lack of expertise and resources in this area. The question of a "global comparator product" was also raised.
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