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February 28, 2014

Lupin announced that it received approval from the Food and Drug Administration for rifabutin capsules USP, 150-mg, a generic version of Pharmacia and Upjohn Company's Mycobutin capsules.

MUMBAI and BALTIMORE — Lupin on Wednesday announced that it received approval from the Food and Drug Administration for rifabutin capsules USP, 150 mg — a generic version of Pharmacia and Upjohn Company's Mycobutin capsules. The company's U.S. subsidiary will begin marketing the product soon.

The drug is used for the prevention of disseminated Mycobacterium avium complex disease in patients with advanced HIV infection. Mycobutin capsules had annual sales of $18.6 million in the United States, according to IMS MAT.

 

November 29, 2012

The Food and Drug Administration approved a new generic drug made by Mylan for urinary disorders, the company said Thursday.

PITTSBURGH — The Food and Drug Administration approved a new generic drug made by Mylan for urinary disorders, the company said Thursday.

Mylan announced the approval and launch of tolterodine tartrate tablets in the 1-mg and 2-mg strengths. The drug is a generic version of Detrol, made by Pharmacia and Upjohn, now owned by Pfizer.

Used to treat overactive bladder, tolterodine tartrate tablets had sales of about $61.5 million during the 12-month period ended in September, according to IMS Health.

November 28, 2011

The Food and Drug Administration has approved a generic drug made by Mylan for cancer patients.

PITTSBURGH — The Food and Drug Administration has approved a generic drug made by Mylan for cancer patients.

Mylan announced Monday the approval of dexrazoxane for injection, a generic version of Pharmacia & Upjohn's Zinecard. The drug is a chemoprotective agent, used to protect healthy tissue from cancer drugs.

Various versions of the drug had sales of $3.4 million during the 12-month period ended in September, according to IMS Health.

 

 

April 4, 2011

The Food and Drug Administration has approved a generic drug made by Mylan that reduces pressure in the eye, Mylan said Monday.

PITTSBURGH — The Food and Drug Administration has approved a generic drug made by Mylan that reduces pressure in the eye, Mylan said Monday.

Mylan announced the approval of latanoprost ophthalmic solution in the 0.005% strength. The drug is a generic version of Xalatan, made by Pharmacia and Upjohn, now part of Pfizer.

Various versions of the drug had sales of around $711 million in 2010, according to IMS Health.