A Lesson In Exclusivity? Claritin Falters As Generic Loratadine Sales Double
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The absence of Hatch/Waxman exclusivity for Schering-Plough's nonprescription Claritin has cost the company millions in potential revenue despite the drug's position as the most successful Rx-to-OTC switch to date
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