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Biosimilar Interchangeability: How To Design A Multiple-Switch Study

Executive Summary

US FDA guidance lays out two types of study design recommendations: a dedicated study to demonstrate interchangeability, and an integrated study intended to support determinations of both biosimilarity and interchangeability.

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