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US Bill Seeks To Eliminate Biosimilar Interchangeability Trial Burden

‘Biosimilar Red Tape Elimination Act’ Would Remove Need For Switching Studies

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Senator Mike Lee has introduced draft legislation in the US that would stop the FDA from requiring biosimilars to conduct “unnecessary” switching studies in order to obtain an interchangeability designation.

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