Preemption Decision Could Come into Play for Biosimilars
Weighing in on a drug preemption case that could impact the future liability of makers of biosimilars, the author of the Hatch-Waxman Amendments told the Supreme Court that the law, which opened the floodgates to generics, was intended to speed access to cheaper drugs not to protect generic drugmakers from patient lawsuits arising from injuries caused by their drugs.
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