There are any quantity of spin-offs from the Space Program. Developments by the erstwhile Soviet Space Program, and others are probably not well known, or easy to locate online. Yet NASA, and it's affiliates are more visible. A few of their contributions to the quality of life are as listed here.
Scrolling the pages reveals screen after screen of technologies that have contributed to the quality of life, and health-care. Yet it is strangely disappointing - all I see listed are technologies
What medicines (stuff like penicillin, statins; therapeutic formulations) come from the space program?
EDIT: At the moment I'm looking not at commercial production, but active/proposed research into formulations regardless whether such formulation were meant for use by astronauts, or whether they were (for whatever reason) short-listed for study in microgravity, hard radiation ... and whatever else orbit environment may provide.