French To Import Czech Version Of Sandoz’ Penicillin For Syphilis Amid Global Shortage
The French regulator has announced that it is importing supplies of Sandoz’ penicillin product benzathine benzylpenicillin as a result of shortages of the product. The French situation reflects a wider problem with supply of the product at the global level due to GMP issues and the shrinking number of API manufacturers.
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