Teva Launches First Generic Of Sun’s Absorica In US
Company Also Launched Erythromycin Tablets In US
Teva has launched the first US generic version of Absorica (isotretinoin), expanding its dermatological portfolio. The company has also launched generic erythromycin tablets in the US. Meanwhile, in its recent environmental, social and governance progress report, Teva has launched a plan to increase access to medicines globally by 2025.
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