Teva Leads Generic Rivals In First-To-File ANDAs By A Long Shot
Teva has submitted 13 ANDAs with first-to-file opportunities to FDA this year, while rivals Mylan, Endo, Sandoz and Indian firm Hetero each have filed two ANDAs with FTFs, according to public data released by the agency and further analyzed by Teva.
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