Samsung Bioepis provided multiple updates on its biosimilar projects, including a new partnership for its aflibercept biosimilar candidate as well as regulatory news in the European Union and Republic of Korea.
After receiving 3 complete response letters, Alvotech has officially received US approval for its adalimumab biosimilar (AVT02; Simlandi), making it the first approval for the company, the 10th biosimilar to reference Humira, and the third interchangeable adalimumab biosimilar.
The US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has chosen to replace Humira (adalimumab) with Organon’s biosimilar version on its national formulary; Biocon Biologics and Sandoz announce a new partnership in Australia for 2 biosimilars; Alvotech settles with Johnson & Johnson over its biosimilar to Stelara (ustekinumab) for the European and Canadian markets.
On this episode of Not So Different, Julie Reed, executive director of the Biosimilars Forum, returns to discuss her predictions for the biosimilar industry for 2024 and beyond as well as the impact that the Forum's 4 new members will have on the organization's mission.
Vizient’s most recent Pharmacy Market Outlook report showcased the success of biosimilars while also emphasizing the impact of inflation on different drug classes, particularly in oncology and immunology.