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Will All US Biosimilar mAbs Be Interchangeable In The Long Run?

Landmark Adalimumab Approval Sparks Debate For Controversial Designation

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As Boehringer Ingelheim’s Cyltezo has become the second-ever interchangeable biosimilar approved by the US FDA – as well as the first monoclonal antibody to garner the designation and offering the first published data from a switching trial to support interchangeability – the debate around the potential impact for interchangeable products in the keenly-watched adalimumab space and beyond continues to grow.

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