Saturday August 19th 2017

Gene Expression Analysis Shows Varying Reactions to Teva’s COPAXONE (GA) vs a Generic

Teva Pharmaceuticals announced the release of data demonstrating substantial differences in biological and immunological effects concerning its product Copaxone (glatiramer acetate, GA) and a generic GA commercialized in India. Copaxone is indicated for decreasing relapse frequency in relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis (MS). Multiple sclerosis affects more than 2 million people all over the world. The published data holds possibilities for clinical ramifications. (Source: Pharmaceutical Online News)

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Gene Expression Analysis Shows Varying Reactions to Teva’s COPAXONE (GA) vs a Generic

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