Stanford Journal of Law, Science & Policy (SJLSP)

SJLSP LogoThe Stanford Journal of Law, Science, and Policy is a peer reviewed journal for innovative interdisciplinary scholarship that bridges the divide between legal and scientific scholarship. The journal provides a unique opportunity for scientists and legal scholars to write together and is freely available online to ensure a broad readership.

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Volume 7, Issue 1

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Public-Private Partnerships to Promote Biosimilar Access, Affordability, and Patient Safety in Emerging Markets

Biosimilars have tremendous potential to reduce the costs of biologic therapies. Emerging markets may represent a significant fraction of future biosimilar production, development, and consumption. Yet safety concerns, price sensitivity, and lower quality standards represent challenges to public health in emerging markets. Well-crafted public-private partnerships between public health agencies, local biosimilar manufacturers, and global pharmaceutical firms that leverage advantages of each can result in biosimilar production targeted to local public health needs using a safety-focused infrastructure.
  • May 2014
  • 7 Stan. J.L. Sci. & Pol'y 1
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