Product news from the 10/31/06 News Brief

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The FDA has approved Novartis’ Tyzeka (telbivudine) for patients with chronic hepatitis B. Alpharma won FDA approval for its 80 mg dosage strength of chronic pain treatment Kadian (morphine sulfate). The company expects to launch this new dosage strength during the fourth-quarter of 2006. Kadian is currently marketed in 20mg, 30mg, 50mg, 60mg and 100mg dosages.
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