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Are Potential Biosimilar Sponsors Still Hesitant About The Pathway Despite Expected Growth?

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IMS Health official says the biologic and biosimilar markets are looming growth areas as small-molecule opportunities decline, but questions about the abbreviated biosimilar pathway linger.

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