It was a day many big biotechs and pharmas feared but one that consumers should celebrate -- the world's first biosimilar monoclonal antibodies were recommended for approval in Europe. The drug set to face a new cheap generic threat is Remicade, a $6 billion rheumatoid arthritis blockbuster and Johnson & Johnson's biggest seller.
In this video, health-care analyst David Williamson discusses the big picture importance of this EU decision, why J&J investors shouldn't panic, and why the company responsible for the biosimilar may deserve a second look.
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