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Make Interchangeability Great Again: Biosimilar Switching Studies Need US Comparators

Executive Summary

Sandoz, which used an EU-approved comparator in the switch study for its biosimilar Erelzi, might have to redo the trial in light of FDA’s draft guidance.

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