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Countdown To Transition: US FDA Says 91 Drugs Will Become Biologics In March 2020

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A Pink Sheet infographic shows how insulins account for the largest category of transition products, with 27 NDAs that will be "deemed" BLAs in six months; agency is working on a policy to address the transition of authorized generic insulins to regulation under the PHS Act, Office of Therapeutic Biologics And Biosimilars acting policy director Eva Temkin says.

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