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Mylan Gears To Make Otsuka’s MDR TB Drug In India

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Manufacturing plans for multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) drug Deltyba (delamanid) in India appear to be gathering steam, with partners Otsuka and Mylan commencing the technology transfer process for the product, although activists are concerned about the broader contours of the arrangement. Deltyba is also expected to be used in children and adolescents in India.

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