Teva Leapfrogs Taro With Authorized Generic Epiduo Forte Launch
Israeli Firm Celebrates First-To-Market Launch
Teva has added another major dermatology brand to its armory, with the launch of an authorized generic version of Galderma’s Epiduo Forte Gel.
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