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Mylan And Biocon's Insulin May Get US Reprieve

Insulin Glargine Application Would Get Respite Under US Budget Legislation

Executive Summary

Bill addresses ‘dead zone’ for pending applications for protein products transitioning to biologic status; generic and brand industries each win in different legislative provisions: inclusion of the CREATES Act, and a revised definition for ‘biologics’ that includes chemically synthesized polypeptides.

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