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Switching, Substitution & Quotas: Irish Govt Wants Views On Boosting Biosimilars

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Stakeholders are being asked to respond to a consultation on what steps can be taken to increase the use of biosimilars in Ireland. The generics and biosimilars industry body Medicines for Ireland has welcomed the move but says it has come very late in the day.

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