Braeburn

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Braeburn

(ˈbreɪˌbɜːn)
n
(Plants) a variety of eating apple from New Zealand having sweet flesh and green and red skin
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FDAs acceptance of our NDA for CAM2038 under Priority Review represents an important step in advancing Braeburns mission to provide opioid use disorder patients with effective treatment options which can be individualized to support them throughout their recovery from initiation and stabilization, to longer-term maintenance, said Mike Derkacz, President and CEO of Braeburn.
Braeburns, prized for their crispness and sweet taste, are Tesco's top-selling apple.
But Kent growers are now producing Braeburns in commercial quantities for the first time - and they say it is all thanks to global warming.
Climate change is already bearing fruit in Kent, the Garden of England, where Britain's first crop of commercially-grown Braeburn apples is about to be picked.
Ultimately, however, we concluded that abandoning Braeburns job creation plans in Durham County would unfairly penalize a community that shares Braeburns commitment to equality.
Braeburns manufacturing and research facility will be responsible for manufacturing finished product for all of Braeburns pipeline products, including clinical and commercial supply.
Braeburns investigational product pipeline consists of long-acting implantable and injectable therapies for opioid addiction, pain and schizophrenia.
In a recent meeting between Sheldon and North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper, who shares the view that HB2 is unjust and needs to be overturned, the Attorney General argued that Braeburn could help more by advocating from within North Carolina than by protesting through departure.
Climate change is already bearing fruit in Kent, where Britain's first crop of commercially grown Braeburn apples is about to be picked, ready to be on supermarket shelves by the end of next month.