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Mylan’s Autor-de-Force Move into Quality “Differentiation” and Sterile Injectables

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

Mylan is investing heavily to create a competitive advantage based on manufacturing quality – and public policy. The firm’s recruitment of FDA’s Deborah Autor highlights a strategy to spend more on quality while aiming at higher margins, especially in sterile injectables where the company sees an opening after widespread quality breakdowns across the industry.

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