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What to look forward to in GaBI Journal, 2017, Issue 2 / Professor Philip D Walson, MD, USA/Germany
Trends and challenges in biosimilars pricing and reimbursement policies in Europe and beyond / Alessandro Curto, MSSc, Italy
Strategies for pricing of pharmaceuticals and generics in developing countries / Brian Godman, BSc, PhD; Professor Mohamed Azmi Hassali, PhD
Patent expiry and costs for anticancer medicines for clinical use / Brian Godman, BSc, PhD; Claudia Wild, PhD; Alan Haycox, PhD
Current overview of biosimilars in Iran / Hamideh Aghajani-Lazarjani, PhD; Fereidoun Mahboudi, PhD, Iran
What pricing and reimbursement policies to use for off-patent biologicals in Europe? – Results from the second EBE biological medicines policy survey / Jean-Baptiste Reiland, MSc; Barbara Freischem; Alexander Roediger, MA
Do pricing and usage-enhancing policies differ between biosimilars and generics? Findings from an international survey / Sabine Vogler, PhD; Peter Schneider, MA
Bioequivalence study of two formulations of 60 mg daclatasivir in healthy volunteers / Sattam Turky AlGhodyyr, MSc; Mohammad Khalil Mohammad, RPh., PhD; Sanabel Omar Dawabsheh; Mohammad Ali Abu Fara, MD; Majdi Naser Abu Al hajj; Rabab Fayyez Tayyem, PhD
Assessment of medicine quality in emerging markets: the changing face of inferior medicines over time / Roger Bate, USA; Lorraine Mooney, UK
The assessment of biosimilarity with SABE and IBE criteria under a switching/alternating design / Aijing Zhang, PhD; Associate Professor Jung-Ying Tzeng; Professor Shein-Chung Chow, PhD, USA (Biosimilarity and Interchangeability)
A survey of Australian prescribers’ views on the naming and labelling of biologicals / Stephen P Murby, FRSA; Michael Reilly, Esq
Real world data about biosimilars: results from an Italian distributed network / Gianluca Trifirò; Ylenia Ingrasciotta; Ilaria Marcianò; Armando Genazzani
Generic immonusuppressants comparability studies / Marc Maliepaard, PhD; Professor Hubert G M Leufkens, PharmD, PhD, The Netherlands (Generic Immunosuppressants in Transplantation)
Generic immunosuppression in transplantation: a controversial analysis / Jacques Rottembourg, MD
Physicians associations comment on FDA’s interchangeability guidance / Michelle Derbyshire, PhD, GaBI Online Editor
Overview of the patent expiry of (non-)tyrosine kinase inhibitors approved for clinical use in the EU and USA / Subramanian Venkatesan, MSc; Martine Lamfers, PhD; Sieger Leenstra, MD, PhD; Arnold G. Vulto, PharmD, PhD, FCP
Interchangeability of biosimilars in the US and around the world / Michelle Derbyshire, PhD, GaBI Online Editor
Abstracted Scientific Content
Generic prices estimated for four novel cancer drugs / Eleanor Bird, GaBI Journal Editor
Effective generics substitution / Maysoon Delahunty, GaBI Journal Editor
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