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COVID-19 Demand Gives Lupin Optimism On Albuterol

Lupin hopes a surge in demand for albuterol sulphate due to increased off-label use in COVID-19 patients will help its generic version, which is likely to be launched in the first half of FY21. But the Indian firm may recall a batch of metformin after the US FDA recently asked a few companies to retract extended-release versions due to NDMA concerns.

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Sun Sees New Prescriptions Drought Amid COVID-19

Sun Pharma says that the first quarter of financial 2021 will likely be challenging across the industry with a lull in new prescriptions in India, especially in the acute and semi-chronic segments. But the firm remains upbeat about its lead psoriasis asset Ilumya, which has inched close to the $100m sales mark in its first full year of commercialization.

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Torrent Outlook Muted On COVID-19

After a tepid performance in the fiscal fourth quarter, Torrent expects its key markets India, US and Brazil to be impacted by the COVID-19 fallout as well as a lack of visibility on regulatory approvals for its manufacturing facilities.

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Teligent Moves To Consolidate Shares To Stay Listed

Teligent has followed through with plans to condense its outstanding shares to raise their value and maintain a stock-exchange listing. Meanwhile, the company revealed a sizeable loss for the first quarter of this year, as it gave the latest on its warning letter-stricken facility in Buena, New Jersey.

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Nichi-Iko Delays US Infliximab Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

Nichi-Iko maintains it is still on course to be one of the very few players to offer an ‘interchangeable’ biosimilar in the US, with its rival to Janssen’s Remicade. The Japanese company has revealed its latest schedule as it also reported full-year financial results. 

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Strides Optimistic On COVID-19 Antivirals

Optimistic about the potential of repurposing its antivirals portfolio, Strides plans to soon begin bioequivalence studies for favipiravir, a molecule that has found favor as a COVID-19 therapy in a few countries. It also aims to introduce new products to fill the gap left by the withdrawal of ranitidine from the US market.

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