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What is a biosimilar? Is it as good as other medications?

Biosimilar drugs are designed to be almost exact copies of current biologic therapies for IBD. They have the same active ingredient, dosing, medication delivery (such as infusion or injection), and action in the body. They are as safe and effective as the reference drug but are typically less expensive.

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