Novartis's Sandoz division has received U.S. approval for a larger dosage of its multiple sclerosis drug Glatopa, which ends a delay that has seen its rival generics sneak past to market.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a 40 milligrams per milliliter injection of the Novartis copy of Teva's blockbuster Copaxone.
In 2015, Sandoz started to sell a 20 mg/ml Glatopa dosage to patients in the United States with relapsing MS. But the company has lost out on possibly millions after the 40 mg/ml version of the treatment was pushed back after contamination issues at the Pfizer fill-and-finish plant it employed.
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