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Biosimilars: US FDA Considering ‘Guardrails’ To Prevent Misinformation

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Agency wants to ensure patients ‘aren’t unnecessarily or unfairly scared off or intimidated’ from taking biosimilars, Office of Therapeutic Biologics and Biosimilars' acting policy director Eva Temkin tells the FDA/CMS Summit; Temkin says recent guidance on biosimilar insulins shows agency is trying to be flexible on interchangeability data requirements.

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