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Bruce, interesting article, thanks for drawing it to our attention.

As far as I know, there’s no abbreviated regulatory route for bio-betters unlike biosimilars, so how do we actually know that they are better? Different, yes, but better?

This whole area is going to get a lot of attention in the near term future, certainly something to watch closely as it evolves.

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