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Akriti Seth

Senior Reporter

London, UK
As a correspondent for Channel NewsAsia, Singapore and for India Technology News, Akriti has covered a wide range of subject-matter including politics, economics and technology for a B2B audience. She has also gained experience working for Bloomberg TV India and Mid-Day Mumbai. Akriti is a graduate of the University of Mumbai and holds a masters from Mumbai's Xavier Institute of Communications. Most recently she has worked as a freelance journalist in London, where she is now based, having lived there for the past two years. She enjoys photography and blogging.

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Teva Completes ‘Digihaler Family’

Teva has completed its portfolio of digital inhalers by launching a further two products, AirDuo Digihaler (fluticasone propionate/salmeterol) and ArmonAir Digihaler (fluticasone propionate), in the US. The pair join the firm’s previously launched ProAir Digihaler (albuterol sulfate).

Digital Health Value-Added Medicines

Dr Reddy’s Enters OTC Eyecare Space

Dr Reddy’s has announced the launch of its OTC versions of Pataday olopatadine solution in the US. The firm’s entry into the OTC eyecare space follows other OTC launches of rivals to Voltaren and Nicorette earlier this year.

M & A OTC Drugs

Dr Reddy’s Enters OTC Eyecare Space

Dr Reddy’s has announced the launch of its OTC versions of Pataday olopatadine solution in the US. The firm’s entry into the OTC eyecare space follows other OTC launches of rivals to Voltaren and Nicorette earlier this year.

Generic Drugs Launches

AAM Ramps Up US Election Lobbying

The AAM has published a timely guide highlighting various voter issues of concern in the run-up to the US elections, including anti-competitive tactics building on monopoly pricing and weak patent laws. The AAM has also called for policies to encourage generic and biosimilar entry in the market while the guide also focuses on policies around the US supply chain.

Policy Elections

Generics Industry Counts Cost Of Stormy Second Quarter

As the global generics industry had predicted, the unexpected growth seen in the first quarter of 2020 due to forward buying caused by COVID-19 levelled off in the second quarter. However, a few companies managed to report a “mixed” second quarter or a positive first half for 2020, even after experiencing challenges, such as operational interruptions, posed by the pandemic.

Coronavirus COVID-19 Generic Drugs

US Bill Urges Automatic Insulin Interchangeability

A draft Biosimilar Insulin Access Act, intended to waive US interchangeability requirements for FDA-approved biosimilar insulins, has been introduced by representative Glenn Grothman.

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