Lupin Optimistic On Albuterol Given COVID-19 Demand
Metformin Batch Likely To Be Recalled
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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Having gained from Perrigo’s US withdrawal of generic ProAir (albuterol sulphate), Lupin plans to ramp up capacity by its financial fourth quarter as demand is seen rising on account of flu and COVID-19 cases in the US. Meanwhile, FDA observations at its Somerset facility provide a dampener.
Having gained from Perrigo’s withdrawal of generic ProAir (albuterol sulphate), Lupin plans to ramp up capacity by Q4 as demand is seen rising on account of flu and COVID-29 cases in the US. Meanwhile, FDA observations at its Somerset facility are a dampener
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