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FDA Referees Tablet Scoring Skirmish: Brand And Generic May Have Different Lines

Executive Summary

FDA denied Warner Chilcott’s citizen petition requesting the agency not approve ANDAs referencing Doryx unless they were for dual-scored tablets; Mylan must make change from single-score in its second manufacturing run.

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