Finnish Biosimilar Substitution Proposals Get Pushback From Industry
Local Association Urges Government To Take A More Gradual Approach
Finnish government proposals to introduce pharmacy-level substitution for biosimilars have been criticized by the country’s generics and biosimilars industry association.
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