3M PHARMACEUTICALS WILL FILE AIROMIR CFC-FREE METERED-DOSE INHALER
3M PHARMACEUTICALS WILL FILE AIROMIR CFC-FREE METERED-DOSE INHALER NDA by the end of 1994. The company plans to file marketing applications globally by the close of the year and will first file for approval of Airomir containing 3M-produced albuterol. 3M will follow up with submissions for the inhaler containing the firm's beclomethasone. In the U.S., 3M will file NDAs that cover both the metered-dose inhaler and the asthma drugs.
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