Sandoz said today that the FDA has approved its Glatopa glatiramer acetate injection as a generic version of Copaxone to treat relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis.
The therapy, which is given three days per week, is administered using the Glatopaject injection device.
“The approval and launch of Glatopa 40 mg/mL reinforces our leadership in delivering complex, differentiated generic products. We look forward to bringing this product to patients and healthcare professionals and providing a full range of patient support services for Glatopa through GlatopaCare,” Sandoz’s CEO, Richard Francis, said in prepared remarks.
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