Here are the top 5 biosimilar articles for the week of January 1, 2024.
Number 5: The top 5 most-read rheumatology stories of 2023 included the changing market dynamics in the adalimumab space, including new launches and interchangeability labels, as well as the addition of Stelara and Enbrel to the list of originators up for Medicare price negotiation.
Number 4: The top 5 most-read oncology stories of 2023 include the US market launch of Fylnetra, the sixth pegfilgrastim biosimilar on the market, the FDA approval for an autoinjector pegfilgrastim biosimilar, and more.
Number 3: The top 5 most-read ophthalmology stories of 2023 concerned clinical results, approvals, and launches for ranibizumab and aflibercept biosimilars.
Number 2: The top 5 most-read regulatory stories of 2023 covered the FDA approvals for the first ustekinumab biosimilar and the first subcutaneous infliximab product, as well as other regulatory updates.
Number 1: The regulatory structure of biosimilar development can be safely streamlined and made more efficient and less costly, wrote authors from Sandoz, Fresenius Kabi, Boehringer Ingelheim, and Samsung Bioepis in an opinion article published in BioDrugs.
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