WHO To Pilot ‘Biological Qualifier’ Scheme Despite Protests From Biosimilars Industry
The World Health Organization has decided to pursue its “Biological Qualifier” scheme despite concerns that it may conflict with other traceability systems. Calls by the European biosimilars industry to put the scheme on ice appear to have fallen on deaf ears.
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