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Biological Product Suffix Submissions Limited To 10 Candidates By US FDA

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Increasing cap on number suffixs that sponsors can submit from three to 10 will increase review efficiency, agency says, but evaluation will still stop after finding first acceptable suffix as part of final guidance on distinguishable nonproprietary names for novel biological products and biosimilars.

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