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Teva Pharmaceuticals announces a generic version of a popular acne treatment.
Posted on Apr 11, 2022 | 01:00pm
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Those suffering the pain and embarrassment of acne, or acne vulgaris as its officially known, may find affordable relief thanks to Teva Pharmaceutical’s recent US launch of an authorized generic version of Epiduo Forte Gel (adapalene and benzoyl peroxide gel 0.3%/2.5%). A topical prescription medicine intended for external use only, adapalene and benzoyl peroxide gel 0.3%/2.5% is intended to treat mixed breakouts of inflammatory and non-inflammatory skin lesions—commonly referred to as pimples—that typically appear on the face but also sometimes on the neck, back, and other areas of the body.

“The launch of our first-to-market authorized generic version of Epiduo Fort Gel in the US provides patients with another important treatment option,” says Christin Bader, SVP, Chief Operating Officer US Generics, Teva, USA. Talk to your doctor before staring any new medication, and learn more at tevapharm.com.