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Two Orphans And An Avastin Biosimilar Among EU Approval Recommendations

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Seven new drug applications got the thumbs up this week from the EMA's drug evaluation committee, the CHMP.  Their EU approval should now be a formality. Two new Shionogi treatments are set for approval, as are two orphan products – one from Medac, the other from AOP Orphan Pharmaceuticals. Pfizer got the OK for one biosimilar but has withdrawn an application for another.

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