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Hi all. Have any of you ever replaced drugs with biosimilars? If so, what are their benefits?
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The emergence of a biosimilar is an event that becomes a jumping-off point for reducing the price of such therapy. Its release is welcomed by many agencies - the Ministry of Health, FAS and so on, since biopharmaceuticals are purchased mainly at the expense of the budget, and their affordable price allows a dramatic increase in the number of patients who can benefit from the new therapy.
Biosimilars have benefits for both the health care system and patients. Read more about this at https://gentaur.co.uk/accu-test/. In the patients' favor, by the time a biosimilar is released, the complex molecule used in it has been well studied, and possible serious adverse events have been eliminated during the development phase of the original drug, so there are no safety concerns. Biosimilars are more affordable and allow patients to get quick access to the necessary treatment.