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First generic targets J&J franchise

Posted 11 June 2024 AM

Johnson & Johnson's Invega franchise could be under threat in Australia with Teva Pharma registering the first generic of the schizophrenia treatment.

While J&J has numerous paliperidone-containing brands, Teva Pharma appears to be homing in on Invega Sustenna. Other J&J brands include oral Invega plus injectables Invega Trinza and Invega Hafyera.

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