Development Predicament and Countermeasures of Anti-tumor Bio-similar Industry in China

Yingjie Xie

Abstract


Biosimilar has the advantages of precise efficacy, high safety and stable quality, and occupy an important position in the field of anti-tumor therapy. In order to reduce the expenditure of drugs, the research and development of biosimilar drugs has attracted much attention. Compared with European and American countries in the development of the anti-tumor biosimilar industry, there are still some shortcomings and parts that need improvement in China. According to the current development status of China, analyzed the reasons for the development dilemma of my country’s anti-tumor biosimilar industry, and put forward suggestions for the development of this industry.


Keywords


Biosimilar; Anti-tumor; Industry; Development; Countermeasure

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/aem.v9i4.180

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