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Biosimilar Insulins (Generally) Won't Need Comparative Clinical Immunogenicity Data, US FDA Says

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In a move that will likely be welcomed by industry, the US FDA issued draft guidance stating that sponsors will generally not need to conduct comparative clinical immunogenicity studies in developing biosimilar/interchangeable products.

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