By Jorgo Chatzimarkakis, PhD, member of European Parliament
The Health Care Blog

Around the world and now in the United States, there is a broadening discussion of how best to proceed down the path of approving and getting to market medicines called biosimilars. Biosimilars are non-identical copies of next generation medicines known as biologics. As the U.S. begins establishing new guidance for biosimilars, regulators and legislators should look to the European Union model on guidance policy and approve these important, often life-saving, drugs when they are proven to be safe for the patients they are intended to heal. Read More