Dr Marcus H. Snow: Biosimilar Treatments in Children

Marcus H. Snow, MD, Assistant Professor of Rheumatology, University of Nebraska, discusses the use of biosimilar treatments in children. 
Marcus H. Snow, MD
August 14, 2017


Transcript:

Are there special considerations when using biosimilars in children?

Generally, no. Ultimately, in the pediatric realm, we end up having a lot of extrapolation of data and the biosimilars with the pediatric population should not be; ideally, this would be studied as much as it is in the adult world, but we just do not have that as often.

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