Here are the top 5 biosimilar articles for the week of December 4, 2023.
Number 5: A report from IQVIA noted that Europe could miss out on €15 billion in cost savings by not having biosimilars for medications about to lose market exclusivity, shedding light on the implications for overall health care savings and ultimately, patient access.
Number 4: A China-based study where data were collected from patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) showed safety and efficacy of the adalimumab biosimilar HS016.
Number 3: Several companies make moves to further their adalimumab biosimilars, Regeneron sues Celltrion over biosimilar for Eylea (aflibercept), and Health Canada grants marketing authorization for biosimilar referencing Stelara (ustekinumab).
Number 2: Sarfaraz K. Niazi, PhD, offers hope for the end of interchangeability labels in the United States in his latest column.
Number 1: With numerous adalimumab biosimilars launched in the United States in 2023, the impact of an FDA interchangeability designation has been extensively discussed with much speculation, but its commercial significance is yet to be determined.
To read all of these articles and more, visit centerforbiosimilars.com.