Biosimilar Trends: What 2017 May Have In Store
Potential approvals for biosimilar versions of three blockbuster products in the EU and/or the US in 2017, growing prescriber confidence in such products against the backdrop of positive switching studies, and early signs of market consolidation were some of the key trends highlighted at a recent roundtable in Mumbai.
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