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GenBioPro Suit Against FDA May Preserve Generic Mifepristone Approval

Generic Sales To Be Banned On 21 April Without Supreme Court Intervention

Executive Summary

GenBioPro has filed a lawsuit against the FDA to try and preserve the approval of its generic mifepristone product, should the Supreme Court allow an order from a Texas judge to overrule the Food and Drug Administration’s approval of the drug.

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