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US Bill Urges Automatic Insulin Interchangeability

Representative Glenn Grothman Introduces Biosimilar Insulin Access Bill

Executive Summary

A draft Biosimilar Insulin Access Act, intended to waive US interchangeability requirements for FDA-approved biosimilar insulins, has been introduced by representative Glenn Grothman.

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