Aurobindo’s Latest Launches Include Truvada And Atripla Rivals
As Company Plans To Broaden Its Injectables Generics Portfolio In China
Aurobindo has announced the launch of generic versions of Truvada, Atripla, Minocin and Gleevec in the US. As its generics business grows in the US, Europe, Canada and the rest of the world markets, Aurobindo plans to establish itself in China. The Indian pharma company has also announced its plan to commission new facilities to serve the external market.
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In the month ahead, a key ANDA approval could come for Viatris, while additional competition to Gilead Sciences’ Truvada for PrEP is on the way in the US following Teva and Amneal’s launches.
Aurobindo expects the first data readouts from the Phase II/III clinical trials of its partnered COVID-19 vaccine by July. While making progress in biosimilars development, the Indian company also plans to invest substantially in new API capacity.
Teva has secured one of the largest tablet formulation opportunities in the US with the launch of the first generics to Gilead Sciences’ Truvada, including for HIV-1 PrEP, at the same time introducing a version of the triple-combination Atripla. Collectively the brands had sales north of $3bn last year.