4 latest FDA approvals

Here are the four latest drugs or medical devices approved by the FDA since Nov. 17.

1. The FoundationOne CDx is an in vitro diagnostic test that uses next-generation sequencing to identify genetic mutations in 324 genes and two genomic signatures for all solid tumor types.

2. Sublocade is a once-monthly buprenorphine injection used to treat moderate to severe opioid use disorder.

3. KardiaBand, an electrocardiogram accessory for the Apple Watch, enables users to take 30-second EKG readings and displays heart rhythm findings on the watch face.

4. The Auvi-Q 0.1 milligram epinephrine auto-injector is intended to treat serious allergic reactions in infants and young children.

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