Two posters presented at the annual conference of the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) demonstrated positive phase 3 results for proposed biosimilars that reference blockbuster drug, Eylea (aflibercept).
Ryan Haumschild, PharmD, MS, MBA, from Emory Healthcare and Winship Cancer Institute, explains how stakeholders may view the economic value of biosimilars differently based on their goals and his predictions for how biosimilar utilization will develop in the future.
On this episode of Not So Different, we take a look at some of the big stories regarding oncology biosimilars throughout the month of September, including 2 FDA approvals, and the withdrawal of a European application.
In addition to our month-long series preparing for the 2023 introduction of adalimumab biosimilars, September featured a number of updates for oncology biosimilars, including 2 FDA approvals and the withdrawal of a European application.
Health Canada approved Lupin Limited’s Rymti, the third etanercept biosimilar to be granted regulatory approval in the country. Meanwhile, Prestige Biopharma announced that it withdrew its European application for its trastuzumab biosimilar.
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Paul Reider, MBA, chief commercial officer at Coherus Biosciences, chronicles why Coherus got an interchangeable designation for its ophthalmology biosimilar, how it plans to set its adalimumab biosimilar apart from the rest, and when the pegfilgrastim market could see a competitor for Neulasta Onpro.
The final part of this 4-part series assesses what payers should know about the US introduction of adalimumab biosimilars coming in 2023 as well as policy consideration they can implement to reap the benefits of biosimilar savings.
In this episode of Not So Different, Julie Reed, executive director of the Biosimilars Forum, discussed current policy initiatives that could help biosimilar adoption and how the Inflation Reduction Act is expected to influence the adalimumab market.