US FDA Pushing For Generic Alternatives To Long-Acting Injectables, Implants
Complexity of manufacturing process for long-acting polymer-based injectable drugs, implants and in situ forming gels is delaying development of generic alternatives, but the US FDA hopes that new research into the formulation of these drugs will shed some light on how manufacturing processes can be replicated.
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