FDA scrutinizes generics' suboptimal formulation

A reformulation of existing approved drug typically requires only the demonstration of bioequivalence under the accelerated U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval routes such as 505(b)2, and does not necessitate the embarkment of costly clinical trials. It is also for this reason that the ...

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