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FDA Turns Down Sensor-Embedded Tablet For Monitoring Medication Adherence

Executive Summary

The agency says it needs more information, and especially more usability testing, before it can approve a new drug application on a combination product that integrates Otsuka’s Abilify antipsychotic with an ingestible sensor made by Proteus, intended to improve medication adherence.


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