What is a biosimilar
The future of biosimilars
Considerations for biologic switching
A biosimilar is a biologic product that is approved based on a demonstration that shows that it is highly similar to an approved biologic product, known as the reference product.1-3
Biosimilars are developed to be highly similar to the reference product with no clinically meaningful differences in terms of quality, efficacy and safety.1-3
Biosimilars can support a more sustainable healthcare system,4-7 expanding treatment options and enabling cost savings8 without compromising safety or efficacy.1-3,9
Potential benefits of biosimilars for patients, payers and providers include:4-6
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