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Generic Companies Gain Little From FDA Decision On Access To REMS Drugs

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The agency says the FDAAA does not allow a REMS to state that a brand sponsor cannot use a limited distribution program to prevent generic drug maker’s access to a product for bioequivalence testing.

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