Pharmaceutical Technology: Do generics producers have what it takes to tackle complex and specialty drugs?

According to [Dr. Kevin] Schulman, “specialty” largely refers to the high cost they command and not necessarily their complexity. But there are some exceptions. For example, JAK inhibitors are oral drugs that feature a certain complexity, says Jonathan Watanabe, PhD, professor of Clinical Pharmacy at the University of California, Irvine.

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