Two Novartis sites stop manufacturing cancer therapies after quality issues
After finding some quality issues attributed to its manufacturing process, Novartis has halted the production of two of its radioligand therapies at sites in Italy and New Jersey, the company announced Thursday.
The production of Lutathera and Pluvicto will stop temporarily at its sites in Ivrea, Italy and Millburn, NJ. The moves come out of “an abundance of caution” after some quality issues were identified. Production is expected to resume within the next six weeks, Novartis said.
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