Teva Prepares To Launch LAI Risperidone After US Approval
MedinCell-Partnered Schizophrenia Treatment Uzedy Has Now Been Approved By US FDA
Teva has indicated an imminent launch after gaining a long-awaited FDA approval for the Uzedy long-acting injectable risperidone 505(b)(2) hybrid product on which the firm has partnered with MedinCell. Pricing information has also been revealed.
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