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May 21, 2008

Comments

Sean

I realize the post is limited to litigation under a proposed biosimilars act, but isn't that really a peripheral issue in the whole scheme of things?

Really, the effectiveness of a biosimilars act would be (as with H-W) in permitting reference to existing safety and efficacy data, and in ultimately getting the newly approved biosimilar product readily substituted for the existing drug. Those are the most important features, as far as consumers are concerned.

Perhaps you could discuss those angles in a future post or two.

Thanks for the summary,

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