"Not So Different" Episode 6: The Nebraska Rheumatology Society

Today, we’re talking about state-level legislation concerning the substitution of interchangeable biosimilars, and how 1 specific piece of biosimilars-focused legislation led Marcus Snow, MD, to found the Nebraska Rheumatology Society.
April 08, 2018


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Last time on the podcast, we spoke with Christine Simmon of the Biosimilars Council about how the CREATES Act, a piece of legislation before Congress, could impact biosimilars. Today, we’re talking about state-level legislation concerning the substitution of interchangeable biosimilars, and how 1 specific piece of biosimilars-focused legislation led to the formation of the Nebraska Rheumatology Society.

Our guest this week is Marcus Snow, MD, a rheumatologist at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, and assistant professor of rheumatology at the University of Nebraska. Dr Snow joined The Center for Biosimilars® by phone to tell me how the Nebraska Rheumatology Society came to be.
 

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