Biosimilar medicines are a part of today’s therapeutic armamentarium – a “must-have weaponry” and a “catalyst for equal access” for physicians [1]. They have a track record of delivered healthcare benefits over the years.

Armed with over 10 years of positive clinical experience, physicians and patients are now focusing conversations on the long-term future of biosimilars, exploring how best to introduce biosimilar medicines in medical practice and ensure feedback in the post-authorisation phase.

So, what are the important questions remaining to be addressed?

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