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COVID-19 Demand Gives Lupin Optimism On Albuterol

Lupin hopes a surge in demand for albuterol sulphate due to increased off-label use in COVID-19 patients will help its generic version, which is likely to be launched in the first half of FY21. But the Indian firm may recall a batch of metformin after the US FDA recently asked a few companies to retract extended-release versions due to NDMA concerns.

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Teva, Sandoz And Accord Take COVID-19 Action

While Teva has helped to mitigate a Canadian shortage of salbutamol inhalers, Accord has struck a deal with the UK government to supply hydroxychloroquine. Sandoz is bolstering its inventory to meet demand and Apotex is donating critical medicines, while MedPharm’s new testing model will screen drugs for therapeutic effectiveness and Beximco is focusing on manufacturing hydroxychloroquine, favipiravir and ivermectin.

Coronavirus COVID-19 Generic Drugs

Lupin Optimistic On Albuterol Given COVID-19 Demand

Lupin hopes a surge in demand for albuterol sulphate due to increased off-label use in COVID-19 patients will help its generic version, which is likely to be launched in the first half of FY21. But the Indian firm may recall a batch of metformin after the US FDA recently asked a few companies to retract extended-release versions due to NDMA concerns.

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US Supreme Court Will Not Review Contrave Case

The US Supreme Court has turned down a request by Teva’s Actavis to review a ruling that upheld a patent protecting Nalpropion’s Contrave until 2030, despite the generics firm pointing out that the exact terms of a patent claim were not present in its specification.

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