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Latest features in GaBI Journal, 2018, Issue 3 / Professor Philip D Walson, MD, USA/Germany
Medicines regulation in the MENA region and the importance of the World Health Organization’s INN proposal of Biological Qualifier / Peter J Pitts, BA; Michael S Reilly, Esq
Extended stability of a biosimilar of trastuzumab (CT-P6) after reconstitution in vials, dilution in polyolefin bags and storage at various temperatures / Victoire Vieillard, PharmD; Professor Alain Astier, PharmD, PhD; Muriel Paul, PharmD
In vitro analytical and antibiotic comparison of generic moxifloxacin against E. coli and S. aureus bacteria strains / Antistio Alviz-Amador, Jairo E Mercado Camargo, Marlene Duran-Lengua
Implementing a treatment registry for a biosimilar: continuous safety surveillance of the biosimilar Bevax® (bevacizumab) in Argentina / Francisco Fernández, MD; Matías Deprati, MD; Patricia Rodríguez Acedo; Eduardo Spitzer, BSc; Alvaro Romera, MD; Nadia Español, BSc
Ongoing activities to influence the prescribing of proton pump inhibitors within the Scottish National Health Service: their effect and implications/ Professor Brian Godman, PhD; Amanj Kurdi, PhD; Holly McCabe, MSc; Sean MacBride-Stewart, MSc; Axel Leporowski, MD; Simon Hurding, MD; Professor Marion Bennie, MSc; Professor Alec Morton, PhD
Biocomparable Drugs in Mexico: Challenges and Opportunities in the Treatment of Gaucher Disease / L Carbajal-Rodríguez, MD; M Cerón-Rodríguez, MD; Professor LC Correa-González; A Esquivel-Aguilar, PhD; SJ Franco-Ornelas, MD; JE García Ortiz, PhD; CM Hernández-Guadarrama, MD; JI Navarrete-Martínez; E Terreros-Muñoz, MD; Mexico
The Need for Distinct Nomenclature for Originator and Biosimilar Products / Michael Sarshad; Rosanne Campbell; Peter Pitts; Jacqueline Vanderpuye-Orgle
First ASEAN educational workshop on regulation and approval of biosimilars/similar biotherapeutic products 2017 – Report / Robin Thorpe, PhD, FRCPath; Elwyn Griffiths, PhD, DSc; Niklas Ekman Ekman, PhD
First GCC Stakeholder Meeting on Approval Process, Interchangeability/ Substitution and Safety of Biosimilars 2017 – Report / Gianluca Trifirò, MD, PhD; Meteb Al-Foheidi, MD, FRCPC; Ali M Alhomaidan, PhD; Ahmed H Aljedai, PharmD, MBA, BCPS, FCCP, FAST; Musaed Abdullah Alkholief, PhD; Mohammad A Alsenaidy, MSc, PhD; Alshamsan, BPharm, RPh, PhD; Tore Kristian Kvien, MD, PhD, Norway
‘Biosimilars’ between competition and patient protection: considerations in light of the EU and Italian legal framework / Enrico Adriano Raffaelli; Fausto Massimino
Theory of change: an approach to improve access to medicines in low- and middle-income economies / Mohammad Bashaar; Vijay Thawani; Mohamed Azmi Hassali; Fahad Saleem; Tafseera Hashemi
Abstracted Scientific Content
EU risk-sharing agreements between 2000-2015 / Alice Rolandini Jensen, MSci, GaBI Journal Editor
How does generic drug policy affect market prices / Eleanor Bird, BSc (Hons), GaBI Journal Editor
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