On Thursday evening, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) ruled that a biosimilar drug is interchangeable with the original. It is the first time ever that the agency has done this.
For patients using Sanofi's long-acting insulin Lantus, this means that they will now be able to get Mylan's product Semglee from their pharmacist, without having a doctor's prescription for that specific drug.
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