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FTC Warns FDA That Biologic Suffixes Will Curb Competition

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The US Food and Drug Administration should abandon its suffix-based naming proposals for biosimilars, according to local competition regulator the Federal Trade Commission, citing a dampening effect on the market and the likelihood of confusion.

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