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How To Label A Biosimilar? Copy The Reference Product, FDA Told Sandoz

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But agency had to weigh how presentation differences between Sandoz’s Zarxio and Amgen’s Neupogen, as well as Neupogen-specific safety information, should be reflected in the biosimilar’s labeling.

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