Biosimilar Medicines

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The Biosimilar Medicines Guide is intended to provide an update for clinical and non-clinical stakeholders (primarily finance colleagues) about the developing role of biosimilar medicines in the NHS in England and to support the safe, effective and consistent use of all biological medicines, including biosimilar medicines, to the benefit of patients.


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