Breckenridge Pharmaceutical, Inc. announced on June 26th, that the FDA has granted approval of its (abbreviated new drug application (ANDA) for Azacitidine for injection —the generic version of Celgene’s anti-cancer chemotherapy Vidaza. The company said it submitted the ANDA with manufacturing partner Natco Pharma Limited.
Privately held, Breckenridge Pharmaceutical is an own-label distributor that performs research and development. The company also markets a broad range of generic prescription products in a variety of dose forms including tablets, capsules, soft gels, liquids and other popular types.
Vidaza is a prescription treatment anti-cancer chemotherapy specifically for myelodysplastic syndrome. In the 12-month period ending April 2017, the drug generated a combined sales total of $188 million.
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