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Explore Legal, Regulatory, Commercial Strategies for Innovator & Biosimilars Marketplace this June
Biosimilars and innovator biologics are among the most groundbreaking therapies that treat many life-threatening conditions. However, even with a calendar year that included 4 FDA approvals, 3 launches in the United Sates, 2 approvals for interchangeable biosimilars, and several regulatory and legal developments, the traditional barriers continue to be complicated, interconnected, and best addressed by stakeholder collaboration.
Gillian Woolett explains, "While we are buffeted by international news about pandemics and wars, there remains a critically important job for us to do. And that is to make cost-effective quality medicines available to patients. Fortunately, Covid has confirmed that the science is truly a global language and biologics can be made and distributed worldwide. The regulatory and legal environments can support this or confound it. At this meeting you will see how efforts are evolving to support a fair competitive environment that encourages both originator biologics and biosimilars – after all the former are the future for the latter, and the US is the single biggest biologics market in the world by value."
Now, more than ever, strategies to overcome these barriers are essential to improve the understanding of biosimilar products in the United States. The need for a solid guiding framework becomes more critical than ever before.
With this context, ACI's conference was created to further explore the contours of the rapidly changing landscape for biosimilars and innovator biologics, and to provide insights from government representatives from USPTO, FDA and FTC, In-House Counsel and Leading Regulatory and Patent Attorneys from around the country.
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