Danish procurers hail 87% Humira discount
Amgros, Denmark’s centralised procurement body for public hospitals, expects to realise a saving of almost 87% over the current price of Humira (adalimumab) following the advent of multisource biosimilar competition through a tender. The country’s medical council has just given the green light to substitute the autoimmune diseases treatment.
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