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Latest features in GaBI Journal, 2017, Issue 3 / Professor Philip D Walson, MD, USA/Germany
Letters to the Editor
Clear naming, traceability of biological medicines will protect patients / Valderilio Feijó Azevedo, MD, PhD, MBA, Brian Bressler, MD, Alejandro Mercedes, MD
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
A survey of Australian prescribers’ views on the naming and substitution of biologicals / Stephen P Murby, FRSA; Michael S Reilly, Esq
Pharmacy-mediated substitution of biosimilars – a global survey benchmarking country substitution policies / Hannah Larkin; Judith Macdonald; Rebecca Lumsden, PhD
Assessing the perception and awareness of Maltese clinicians on biosimilars: where are we? / Louise Grech,PhD; Kathlene Cassar M.Sc; David Zammit Dimech, MD; Dustin Balzan, B.Pharm (Hons); Anthony Cutajar M.Sc; Paul John Cassar, MD, Malta
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)
Biosimilars in Italy: what do real-world data reveal? / Assistant Professor 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
Biosimilars in Germany: guidance of the Drug Commission of the German Medical Association / Professor Wolf-Dieter Ludwig, PhD; Stanislava Dicheva, PhD, Germany
Pharmacovigilance, traceability and building trust in biosimilar medicines / Professor Teun van Gelder, MD, PhD; Benedicte Lunddahl, DVM; ProfessorBarbara OM Claus, PharmD, PhD
Value-added medicines: how repurposed medicines bring value to patients and pharmacists / Christoph Stoller; Professor Stephan Krähenbühl, MD, PhD; Emilia Minodora Voiculescu
Perspectives on the future of pegfilgrastim biosimilars / Professor Pere Gascón, MD; Ruediger Jankowsky, PhD; Karsten Roth, PhD
40th anniversary of essential medicine: A loud call for improving its access / Mohammad Bashaar, Mohamed Azmi Hassali, Fahad Saleem, Zaheer-Ud-Din Babar
Physicians associations comment on FDA’s interchangeability guidance / Michelle Derbyshire, PhD, GaBI Online Editor
Building stakeholder confidence in biosimilar medicines through evidence-based information sharing / Assistant Professor Gianluca Trifirò, MD, PhD
Abstracted Scientific Content
‘To prescribe generics is to play with the life of the patient’: misconceptions of generics in Guatemala / Eleanor Bird, GaBI Journal Editor
A comparison of European and US generic drug markets / Maysoon Delahunty, GaBI Journal Editor
Healthcare professionals will accept generic HIV treatments / GaBI Journal Editor
HIV patients will accept generic treatments / GaBI Journal Editor
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