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Interchangeability: FDA Sets ‘Stringent’ Standard On Design Differences

Executive Summary

Sponsors must assess any differences in a biosimilar’s container closure system or delivery device relative to the US reference product and may need to conduct comparative use human factor studies to ensure there is no increased risk of use-related error with the biosimilar.


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