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MPP's Guide To Cutting Biosimilar Approval Times, Costs By Third Or More

Keytruda Biosim Could Cost 44% Less To Develop

Executive Summary

The Medicines Patent Pool has conducted a study on the impact of licensing and technology transfer on the timeline and costs of developing five biosimilars, including Merck’s Keytruda. While a licensing deal for pembrolizumab might not be a near-term possibility, the findings could help licensors, licensees and regulators increase access to medicines.

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