Lannett Strikes Deal For Respirent’s US Advair Rival
Lannett has struck a deal giving it exclusive US distribution rights for 10 years to a generic version of Advair Diskus being developed by China’s Respirent.
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Lannett has become the latest company to file an ANDA for a generic rival to GSK’s Advair Diskus in the US. Meanwhile, the company has revealed that it is also exploring further respiratory opportunities.
Hikma has gained FDA approval for and launched its long-in-development generic version of Advair Diskus. The milestone puts it in direct competition with Viatris’ Wixela Inhub version that was launched almost two years ago, in three presentations compared to Hikma’s two.
Lannett has partnered with China’s Respirent for a generic version of GlaxoSmithKline’s Flovent Diskus. At the same time, the US company has extended its exclusive US distribution rights for Respirent’s Advair Diskus rival from 10 years to 12 years, as Lannett remains on track to file its ANDA this calendar year.