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A topical foam formulation of the antibiotic, minocycline, is expected to be a novel entrant into the US severe acne market. After positive top-line results from a confirmatory Phase III study, Foamix is stepping-up its financing and marketing plans.
A steady stream of M&A and licensing activity, starting with the buyout of Andrx in 2006, spurred Actavis’ a.k.a. Watson’s transformation into a global specialty pharma. This led the way to the 2012 merger with Actavis and now the proposed buyout of Forest, creating a new, global specialty and generics player.
Having decided that generics must reference reformulated OxyContin, the agency must determine the evidence needed for generics to show they provide equivalent abuse-deterrence.
OxyContin’s method of treatment patent expires April 16, but several patents remain tied up in litigation over APIs as Purdue and generic companies await FDA decision on whether the original formulation can be a reference product.
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