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Will Continuous Manufacturing Mean Continuous Generic Delay? FDA Hears AAM's Warning

Executive Summary

Association for Accessible Medicines calls for US FDA to guard against use of continuous manufacturing methods to protect brand drugs from batch-manufactured generic drugs that may be of lower but still acceptable quality. Then FDA approves first generic of a continuously manufactured drug.

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