Industry Calls For Changes To Maximize Benefits Of Off-Patent Oncology Drugs
Medicines For Europe Calls for ‘Highest Quality Patent System In Europe’
Medicines for Europe has made a series of recommendations to improve the contribution of generics, biosimilars and value-added medicines to the European Commission’s “Beating Cancer Plan.” The association has offered a checklist of key policies to “ensure equity and quality of cancer care is achieved.”
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