Sublocade Approval Grows Indivior's Opioid Addiction Franchise In Competitive Market
US FDA approval of Sublocade, the company's once-monthly buprenorphine depot injection, may help Indivior defend its opioid addiction franchise from generics and the competing Alkermes product Vivitrol. But another new rival is expected soon – a once-monthly product from Braeburn.
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