In this webinar...
"Complex generic drugs" are a large and diverse group made up of drug products with complex active ingredients or sites of action and complex drug-device combination products. Examples include some long-acting injectable drugs, ophthalmic drugs, topical medicines, and orally inhaled products. While critical to patients, these therapies have historically been difficult to develop as generics compared to non-complex generic drugs.
- Dr. Xiaohui "Jeff" Jiang, Deputy Director, Division of Therapeutic Performance in the Office of Generic Drugs, FDA