South Korea is much more than Psy’s pop single “Gangnam Style” or the TV series “M*A*S*H,” which lasted three times longer than the actual Korean conflict. It’s one of the most remarkable modern economic success stories. The Eighth United States Army, about 29,000 strong, has long had a front row seat, but most Americans have not. Starting with the ’88 Olympics coming out party, South Korea has arrived. For U.S. OTC brand owners, it’s inevitably an A-list market.
Inspired by Drive will initially focus on a combination of enhancement of existing products and the creation of new products, specifically in three pediatric rehab categories: alternative positioning, bathing/toileting and mobility.
Genco’s multi-tenant warehouse solution allows multiple manufacturers to operate alongside one another in a single warehouse, using a designated space with a shared technology platform.
ANI’s benztropine mesylate tablets will be available in 0.5-, 1-, and 2-mg dosage strengths.
Generic Pharmaceutical Association SVP sciences and regulatory affairs David Gaugh outlined the goals of GPhA and the FDA in negotiations over the second iteration of GDUFA at a public meeting on Oct. 21.
Vanda and Taro have entered a license agreement delineating when Taro's generic of Vanda's Fanapt can enter the market.
In Canada, only those entities licensed to produce medical marijuana are legally allowed to sell to the public. And according to Health Canada, there presently are 36 licensed medical marijuana producers across the country.
The FDA’s proposal to withdraw approval allows the company to request a hearing, though it only has until Nov. 17 to do so.
After more than a half million submissions from consumers across the country, three new oatmeal flavors from Quaker are hitting the retail shelves.
Sally Hansen is launching the first nail polish in the U.S. that blends saturated color and nourishing argan oil in 38 new shades.