The Center for Biosimilars® recaps the top stories for the week of July 8, 2019.
Hi, I’m Jaime Rosenberg for The Center for Biosimilars®, your resource for clinical, regulatory, business, and policy news in the rapidly changing world of biosimilars.
Here are the top 5 biosimilars articles for the week of July 8, 2019.
Number 5: An advocacy organization for patients with breast cancer said recently that it wants to provide education about the potential of biosimilars to reduce costs and provide more treatment options.
Number 4: Biocon is facing yet another setback after the FDA issued a new Form 483 for its insulin facility.
Number 3: New research shows a significant association between drug makers' payments to prescribers and Medicare spending on Humira and Cimzia in inflammatory bowel disease.
Number 2: A judge has vacated the Trump administration’s rule requiring the disclosure of wholesale acquisition costs for drugs in direct-to-consumer television advertising.
Number 1: Samsung Bioepis has gained an updated label for its biosimilar adalimumab, Imraldi, referencing Humira. The biosimilar is now approved for storage in nonrefrigerated conditions for up to 28 days.
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