Abuse-Deterrent Opioids: FDA Advocates Joint Brand-Generic Development Plan
Despite ‘tension’ between two industries over what is required to show generic is no less abuse-deterrent than innovator opioid, FDA’s Throckmorton suggests they come up with single approach to product development.
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