Development and Commercialization of Biosimilars in India - The author aims to present the current status of India in this context, the challenges that need to be overcome, and some recommendations th

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Development and Commercialization of Biosimilars in India
The author aims to present the current status of India in this context, the challenges that need to be overcome, and some recommendations that may alleviate these challenges.


BioPharm International
Volume 24, Issue 11, pp. 36-40

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