Mylan on Thursday launched two new generic products. The company rolled out its generic of Celgene’s Vidaza (azacitidine, 100 mg/vial) injection and its generic of GSK’s Rhythmol (propafenone HCl) extended-release capsules.
The Economic Times is reporting that drugmaker Sun Pharma recently received a subpoena from the Department of Justice looking for information about its U.S. subsidiary’s practices in selling and marketing the company’s generics. The report noted that this is the latest move in a larger regulatory interest in generic drug prices in the last year. (Economic Times)