Reviewed by Joseph P. Fuhr, Jr., PhD, professor emeritus, Widener University 

Note: In the United States, products such as insulin, enoxaparin sodium, and hormones are regulated under the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, not under the Public Health Service Act. While follow-ons of these products may be declared biosimilars in other regulatory territories (including the European Union), in the United States, follow-ons of these products are not subject to the Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act’s pathway for biosimilar approval. 

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