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UK Could Become ‘World Leader’ On Biosimilar Regulation

Country’s Reduced-Data Pathway Could Be Followed By EU And US

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The UK is putting itself in a position to play a leading role in global biosimilars regulation, thanks to a proposed new registration pathway that will not require comparative efficacy data, delegates to a Westminster Health Forum online conference heard earlier today.

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