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Teva Identifies Teriparatide Importance Amid US Launch Drought

Israeli Firm Sees 15% North America Gx Sales Decline In Q1

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Teva acknowledged that it was “not independent of the macro environment in the US,” as it saw another significant drop off for its North America generics business amid a lack of new launches. The Israeli giant took the unusual step of singling out a complex generic asset – its proposed generic to Eli Lilly’s Forteo – as “the most important” potential launch for its 2022 top line.

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