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Aspire Eyes UK Opportunity From GSK Dropping Fluticasone

Suggests Recent Discontinuation Of Flixonase Nasal Drops Leaves Open A Gap In The Market

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Aspire Pharma says that its UK launch of fluticasone propionate 400mcg 1mg/ml nasal drops “further establishes Aspire as a premier specialty generics business,” noting that the product is hitting the market in the wake of GSK pulling out, “leading to a possible short supply for patients.”

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