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Otsuka Ties Up With Mylan To Advance MDR-TB Drug In India?

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Otsuka, which has been under fire over delayed access to delamanid in India, appears to have allied with Mylan, which has now secured a key clearance for the novel multidrug-resistant TB therapy in the country.

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