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Healthcare & Life Sciences

08 April 2020
Jonas Löfgren Biosimilars still not subject to mandatory substitution

Sweden - Westerberg & Partners Advokatbyrå Ab

Both the Medical Products Agency and the Dental and Benefits Agency (the authority which decides on reimbursement) have long held the position that biosimilars are not interchangeable or substitutable with their reference products, which has been reiterated in different policy papers since 2007. This position has now been supported by an administrative court of appeal in a case relating to glatiramer acetate products used for the treatment of multiple sclerosis.

Authors: Jonas Löfgren, Siri Alvsing
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